Guadalupe Valley Electric Cooperative (GVEC)
is the primary electricity provider for the City of Cibolo. GVEC is a private, independent electric utility distributing electricity to nearly 70,158 meters in 13 counties across South Central Texas. GVEC's electric system encompasses over 265 miles of 138 kilovolt and 69 kilovolt transmission lines with 57 power transformers, supplying power to over 34 distribution substations.
GVEC has 7,994 miles of overhead distribution line and 716 miles of underground distribution line, leading from these substations, bringing electricity to homes and businesses within Cibolo. GVEC maintains a state-of-the-art, electric distribution system designed to meet current demands and future area growth. Learn more about Guadalupe Valley Electric Coop (GVEC)
on their website.