Our team of executives is in charge of Bluebonnet's daily operations. Together, they have decades of experience in the public utilities industry.
Everything at Bluebonnet is done with teamwork. Since 1939, Bluebonnet has been known as a good electric cooperative with a solid record of reliable electric service. But since 2002, when it began an extensive modernization program, Bluebonnet has become one of the most progressive electric utilities in the nation, with technology second to none.
Everyone at Bluebonnet - the Directors, the executive team and all employees - worked to make the transition and understood how it would benefit the members. In less than a decade, Bluebonnet adopted new, innovative technologies and significantly improved every aspect of its business. Today, advanced meters are read remotely every day. Mobile data and GPS technology allow Bluebonnet's employees to work more efficiently, build and design new power lines, and restore power faster than ever during outages. Member service representatives have the tools and resources necessary to meet our members' needs. Cutting-edge data management systems enable members to monitor their energy use in hourly increments. Finally, Bluebonnet's facilities and equipment - from buildings to trucks to transformers - are first class. All these improvements benefit Bluebonnet's members.
With technology in the electric industry evolving at such a rapid pace, our journey is ongoing. Our outstanding executive team keeps Bluebonnet well positioned to meet current and future challenges.
Elizabeth on Bluebonnet's Foundation Values: Safety, Courage, Respect, Reliability, Community and Love.
If we treat each other with respect and compassion, I think we'll all love our jobs, and therefore do our best at work and in our communities.
Sarah on Bluebonnet's Foundation Values: Safety, Courage, Respect, Reliability, Community and Love.
I want to be a reliable member of our team, both for our members and employees; I want to have the answer they need in the time they need it. I also feel very strongly about LOVE. Because we spend most of our waking hours at work, it is important that we not only love our jobs, but also have a sense of love for those we work with and the working environment we all collaborate to create.
Grant on Bluebonnet's Foundation Values: Safety, Courage, Respect, Reliability, Community and Love.
Transparency is very important to us. As a member-owned cooperative, we respect our members' right to know how we are running their company. We invite their input so that we may continue to provide safe, reliable power and the best possible member service. We also respect our employees and empower them to make decisions and propose changes to management in order to improve every way, every day.
Eric on Bluebonnet's Foundation Values: Safety, Courage, Respect, Reliability, Community and Love.
Respect is not only about how you treat people, but also about educating yourself to know what employees are doing, thinking and feeling so you can help them be successful. Asking others to educate themselves and educating yourself about these things then enables you to maximize teamwork and produce the best product and service for the member.
Rachel on Bluebonnet's Foundation Values: Safety, Courage, Respect, Reliability, Community and Love.
Bluebonnet's core values create a family environment with a team focus that allows employees to work toward the same goals.
Johnny on Bluebonnet's Foundation Values: Safety, Courage, Respect, Reliability, Community and Love.
As a member-owned utility, Bluebonnet's Community Foundation Value exemplifies the commitment we feel to serve our members and the communities in which we live and work. We see our jobs as much more than providing safe, reliable power; we strive to make our communities better in every aspect.
1001 E McCarty Ln.
San Marcos, Texas
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