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The Midwest Independent Transmission System Operator's (MISO) board of directors has approved the East Texas Electric Cooperative (ETEC) as a new transmission-owning member.

Formed in 1987, ETEC comprises 10 member cooperatives that serve 326,000 customers in 46 Texas counties. Three generation and transmission cooperatives and nine power generation stations are part of ETEC.

“We’re excited to have ETEC become a MISO member,” says Aldie Warnock, senior vice president of external affairs. “ETEC’s decision to join will allow MISO to deliver the measurable benefits we provide to a broader group of customers.”




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