Where We Began

Electric Power Engineers, Inc. was incorporated in 1968 to provide consulting and engineering services to rural electric cooperatives and municipally owned utilities throughout Central Texas. Over the years we have represented over a dozen Rural Electric Cooperatives. Today, we continue to focus on our home front. Electric Cooperatives, especially in Texas, abide by Southern manners, where delivery of great work is met with a firm handshake and a long-term relationship.


  • Construction Work Plans
  • Long Range Studies
  • System Protection Plans
  • Retail Rate Studies
  • Power Requirement Studies
  • Substation Feasibility Studies
  • Large Power Load Planning Studies
  • Engineering Coordination
  • System Mapping
  • Distribution Line Construction
  • Transmission Line Construction
  • Substation Design and Construction
  • Protective Relaying
  • Voltage Regulator Settings
  • System Maintenance Plans
  • Work Order Inspections
Brief Work History

Recent Projects

Navarro Work Plan

Located in Navarro County, Texas, the Navarro County Electric Cooperative provides reliable service to approximately 16,000 consumers with nearly 3,000 miles of energized lines. NCEC was established in 1937 to bring electric service to areas which were not served by investor owned utilities at the time, although, presently, much of the NCEC service area is dually certified for service with investor owned utilities.

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Distribution Sectionalizing

The Rockett Substation is one of 31 substations operated by Navarro County Electric Cooperative (NCEC). Located in the northwest region of NCEC’s service area, the four feeders emanating from Rockett Substation serve a dense residential area. This substation operates at 12.5 kV and has a projected load of 10,381 kW by 2019

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