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Fayette Electric Co-Op Inc
357 N Washington St, La Grange, Texas, United States

Memberships : NA
Industry : Electric Power
Basic Member
Since Dec, 2016
About Company

Fayette Electric Cooperative, Inc. is a member-owned distribution electric cooperative serving all or parts of seven counties. Located in La Grange, Texas, Fayette EC serves over 9,500 members in Fayette, Bastrop, Lee, Washington, Austin, Colorado and Lavaca counties.

Mission Statement

It is the mission of Fayette Electric Cooperative, Inc. to provide reliable, cost-effective service to our member-owners while supporting the communities in which we operate.

Value Statement

Fayette Electric Cooperative is a member-owned cooperative committed to delivering affordable and reliable services to its membership while continuing to support the communities in which we operate.

In the course of providing services to the communities we serve, we are guided by a set of core values and common beliefs...

At Fayette Electric Cooperative you’ll find our value structure is more than just a set of words. It embodies how we interact with our members, our suppliers, with each other, as well as the communities in which we operate.

Statement of Nondiscrimination

FEC is committed not to discriminate against any person on the grounds of race, color, marital status, religion, sex or national origin in its implementation of policies and procedures, including rates and extension of service. 


Portable generators are a godsend during a prolonged electrical outage. Fayette Electric urges its member-owners to exercise caution when operating portable generators.

Avoid ‘Backfeeding’

Never try to power the house wiring by plugging the generator into a wall outlet, a dangerous practice known as “backfeeding.” It sends power from your house back through electric lines. Safely connecting a generator to your house wiring requires the help of a professional elec- trician. Backfeeding could ruin appliances, cause a fire, or even injure a co-op employee who might be working on nearby lines. If you must connect the generator to the house wiring, have a qualified electrician install a double-pole, double-throw (DPDT) transfer switch.

Plug appliances directly into the generator, or use a heavy-duty, outdoor-rated extension cord that is rated (in watts or amps) at least equal to the sum of the connected appliance loads. Check that the entire cord is free of cuts or tears and that the plug has all three prongs. Never remove the grounding pin.
Keep the generator dry and do not use in rainy or wet conditions. Operate it on a dry surface under an open, canopy-like structure. Make sure your hands are dry before touching the generator.
For power outages, permanently installed stationary generators are better suited for providing backup power to the home.

Danger from Carbon Monoxide Gas

Never use a generator in enclosed or partially enclosed spaces. Generators can produce high levels of carbon monoxide gas (CO) very quickly, which you cannot smell or see. Even if you can’t smell exhaust fumes, you may still be exposed to CO. If you start to feel sick, dizzy or weak while using a generator, get to fresh air right away. The CO from generators can rapidly lead to full incapacitation and/or death.
If you use a portable generator you should install CO alarms, test them frequently, and replace dead batteries.

Company NameFayette Electric Co-Op Inc
Business CategoryElectric Power
Address357 N Washington St
La Grange
United States
ZIP: 78945
PresidentDavid G. Lehmann
Year Established1937
Hours of OperationMonday-Friday: 8AM–5PM
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