AECC), 12 percent for its 490,000 members; East Texas Electric Cooperative (ETEC), 8 percent for its 178,000 customers; and Oklahoma Municipal Power Authority (OMPA), 7 percent, serving 39 municipal electric systems in the state.
What does ETEC stand for?
ETEC stands for East Texas Electric Cooperative (Nacogdoches, TX)
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We have 29 other meanings of ETEC in our Acronym Attic
- External Tissue Extender
- Extratemporal Epilepsy
- Eye To Eye
- East Tennessee Education Association
- Educational Testing & Evaluation Agency (Pakistan)
- Educational Training Evaluation Assessment and Measurement (University of Oklahoma)
- Even-Tempered Exponential Atomic Orbital
- East Tennessee Environmental Business Association (Oak Ridge, Tennessee)
- Energy, Technology and Environmental Business Association (Oak Ridge, TN)
- Échange Télématique Entre les Banques et leurs Clients (French Banking Network)
- Energy Technology Engineering Center
- English Teachers Employment Connection (South Korea)
- Enhanced Tropospheric Error Compensation
- Enterotoxigenic Escherichia Coli
- Expendable Turbine Engine Concept
- Electronics Technician
- East Texas Environmental Concerns Organization
- East Texas Emergency Communication Service
- Empresa de Telecomunicaciones de Cuba, SA (Cuban phone company)
- External Thermal Environment Data
Samples in periodicals archive:
NYSE MKT: AGX) announced that its wholly owned subsidiary, Gemma Power Systems (GPS), has received full notice to proceed from East Texas Electric Cooperative (ETEC) for a contract to design and build a 49.
A diverse group of stakeholders - including the PUC staff, Texas Industrial Energy Consumers, East Texas Electric Cooperatives, NRG Energy, Southwestern Public Service Company, Texas State Agencies, and the Coalition of Entergy Cities - supported Entergy Texas' bid to join MISO.
Co-owners of the Harrison County Power Plant are the Northeast Texas Electric Cooperative and the East Texas Electric Cooperative.
The East Texas Cooperatives include East Texas Electric Cooperative Inc.