When you belong to an electric cooperative, you're not a customer. You are a member — and a co-op owner. Our members decide who governs the co-op, they receive a share of annual profits and they belong to an organization that's deeply involved in their community.
Bluebonnet is a nonprofit distribution cooperative. This type of co-op buys electricity from wholesale providers, arranges for its transmission and distributes the power to members through the co-op's power lines.
Bluebonnet's members are also owners. The co-op shares its excess revenue – money it collects above what is required to run the business – with its members. Similar to stock dividends paid to a company's shareholders, capital credits represent Bluebonnet's members' share of ownership in the co-op.
In the last six years, Bluebonnet returned more than $28.6 million in capital credits to its members. Learn more about capital credits.
Members have a say in who leads Bluebonnet. That's because at our Annual Meeting every May they elect the people who sit on the 11-member Board of Directors. Those representatives are neighbors from your community and, like you, are directly impacted by the governance of the co-op.
Learn more about the Board election process.
Our Annual Meeting each May provides an opportunity for Bluebonnet members to gather for a festive event where they elect directors, hear a state of the co-op report, socialize and qualify for prize drawings.
Learn more about our Annual Meeting.
While our focus is on providing affordable power, we also have a proud tradition of community service. That's why you'll find our members and employees working to make a difference in the lives of people in our community and in developing our local economy. Learn more about:
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View the current and past condensed financial reports for Bluebonnet.
2015 Condensed Financial Report
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