Commercial Customer Information Form

ALL INFORMATION IS REQUIRED IN ORDER TO PROCESS APPLICATION

Welcome to MidSouth Electric Co-op!

We look forward to serving you with your electric service needs. MidSouth Electric Co-op is committed to serving high quality service to every home and business in our community.

 Commercial:

 Please complete and return the Electric Service Agreement with a copy of your driver's license, commercial load analysis, and the following applicable fees: 

  • $75.00- Membership Fee (non- refundable) 
  • $25.00- Connect/Transfer Fee (for new service of an existing location) 
  • $125.00- Connect Fee (For New Construction of Service) 
  • $200.00- Survey Fee (The staking fee for New Construction)

 A deposit is also required with the above applicable fees. Your deposit will be based upon 1/6 of the billing of the requested service location. If it is service for a new location, the customer will be billed a deposit based on the commercial load analysis calculated by our engineering department. For your convenience, fees along with any applicable construction costs may be paid in person at any of our local district offices or over the phone by credit card or check. Upon receipt of the above, it will be possible to schedule an appointment with our field engineers to discuss the electric service you requested.

For existing accounts please fax to: 936-825-3644 

Please use the following fax numbers for new construction depending on the service area;

  • Navasota/GRIMES DISTRICT 936-825-5166 
  • Huntsville/WALKER DISTRICT 936-825-5162 
  • Montgomery/MONTGOMERY DISTRICT 936-825-5165

Thank you for giving us the opportunity to be of service to you. Our staff will constantly strive to earn your continued confidence. Please feel free to contact us at 936-825-5100 if you need further assistance. 

Sincerely, MidSouth Electric Co-op

Customer hereby makes application and agrees to purchase electric service from Mid-South Electric Cooperative Association (the "Cooperative") upon the following terms and conditions: 

  1. Service. Cooperative agrees to use reasonable diligence to provide electrical utility service (including but not limited to the supply of electric energy) to Customer's service location at a particular point where electric energy first leaves the line or equipment owned by Cooperative and enters Customer's service entrance conductors. When electric energy becomes available, Customer will purchase all electric energy required to be used at the Service Location from the Cooperative and use electric energy exclusively for the operation of Customer's equipment. The Cooperative may limit the amount of electric energy to be furnished as indicated above and in the Service Rules and Regulations contained in the Cooperative's Tariff. Customer understands that the voltage and frequency of electric energy provided may vary within the standards set forth in the Service Rules and Regulations. Nothing contained herein shall prohibit Customer from using electric energy generated by renewable energy sources (e.g. solar) in Customer's wholly-owned generating facilities. 
  2. Payment. Customer agrees to pay for electric service at the rates and upon the terms and conditions set forth in the Rate Schedule of the Tariff assigned to Customer's service, which Schedule and Tariff are incorporated herein by reference. Any future change in the rate made by the Cooperative for all similarly classified service shall be applicable from and after the effective date of such change. Cooperative will issue periodically a statement for services rendered to Customer. Customer agrees to pay the total amount shown on such statement within sixteen (16) days from the date of issue. Payment may be made at any office of the Cooperative. Customer grants to Cooperative a security interest in any patronage due Customer to secure Payment. 
  3. Minimum Monthly Charge. The minimum charge for each billing period (approximately 30 days) shall be (1) the demand charge or (2) $_______, whichever is greater. 
  4. Term. The acceptance of this instrument by the Cooperative shall constitute an agreement between the Customer and the Cooperative and shall continue in force and effect for so long as Customer receives electric service from the Cooperative, and may be terminated by Customer upon written notice to the Cooperative and by Cooperative in accordance with the Cooperative's Service Rules and Regulations. 
  5. Contribution in Aid of Construction. Customer shall make a contribution in aid of construction to Cooperative in the amount $ _________, and no refund shall ever be due the party making the contribution except as may be provided in the Service Rules and Regulations of the Cooperative. 
  6. Prepayment for Line Extension. Prepayment for line extension may be required before the Cooperative begins construction of facilities or provides electric service. 
  7. Customer's Installation. Customer warrants that his or her installation at the Service Location (including all conductors, switches, equipment, wiring, and protective devices of any kind or character) is constructed in accordance with the National Electrical Safety Code of American Standards Association, as well as applicable laws or ordinances, and that the Customer's installation will be maintained in a manner to conform to those standards. 
  8. Easement and Right of Access. Customer agrees to grant or to secure for Cooperative, at Customer's expense, necessary easements and rights-of-way on property owned or controlled by Customer and to provide suitable space on such premises for installation of facilities where such rights-of-way and space are necessary to provide electric service to Customer. Cooperative's representatives, employees, and assigns are hereby granted right of ingress and egress to Customer's premises at all reasonable times for the purpose of inspecting facilities, providing service, and carrying out the provisions hereof. 
  9. Continuity of Service. Cooperative shall use reasonable diligence under standard utility practices to provide constant and adequate electric service. Cooperative will not be liable, however, if electric power or service should fail or be interrupted, or become defective, or be reduced through act of God, governmental authority, action of the elements, public enemy, accident, strikes, labor trouble, maintenance, repair or upgrading work, or any cause beyond the reasonable control of the Cooperative. 
  10. Meter Tampering. In the event the Cooperative reasonably determines that its meter or equipment has been tampered with or bypassed, the Cooperative may disconnect service and/or estimate electric energy consumed. Customer shall be liable for payment of any bill or statement issued as a result thereof in accordance with the Cooperative's tariffs.
  11. Breach/Disconnection of Service. Notwithstanding any provisions of this agreement. Cooperative may disconnect service if Customer fails to timely pay for electric service or otherwise breaches this agreement or any applicable provision of the Tariff, after notice in accordance with the Cooperative's Service Rules and Regulations. 
  12. Disclaimer of Warranties. COOPERATIVE MAKES NOW ARRANTIES WHATSOEVER WITH REGARD TO THE PROVISION OF ELECTRIC SERVICE AND DISCLAIMS ANY AND ALL WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. 
  13. Notice. All notices required to be given under the terms and provisions of this agreement may be given by mailing to the other party by United States mail addressed to such other party at the address above. The notice shall bear the date of its mailing, and shall be effective on and after such date. 
  14. Waiver. No waiver, expressed or implied, to any breach of any one or more of the covenants or agreements hereof shall be deemed to be a waiver of any subsequent breach. 
  15. Assignment. Customer may not assign this agreement. This agreement shall inure to the benefit of Cooperative's assigns. 
  16. Law Governing. This agreement shall be construed and governed in accordance with the laws of the State of Texas and venue for any suit shall be in Grimes County, Texas. 
  17. Additional Terms. The electric service contracted for herein is to be provided and taken in accordance with the provisions of this agreement for electric service, the Bylaws of the Cooperative, and the Cooperative's Service Rules and Regulations contained in the Cooperative's Tariff, and any amendments thereto. THE TARIFF IS MADE A PART OF THIS AGREEMENT TO THE SAME EXTENT AS IF FULLY SET OUT HEREIN. A copy of the Tariff may be inspected at any office of the Cooperative. 
  18. Entire Agreement. This agreement constitutes the entire agreement between the parties and supersedes all prior agreements between Customer and Cooperative for the service herein described, and Cooperative, its agents and employees, have made no representations, promises, or made any inducements, written or verbal, which are not contained herein. Customer agrees that Customer is not relying on any statements not contained herein. 
  19. Effective Date/Modification. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained herein, this agreement shall not become effective and is not binding until accepted by the Cooperative. No modification or alteration hereof shall be binding on either party unless reduced to writing and signed by the parties hereto.
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Commercial Customer Information Form

ALL INFORMATION IS REQUIRED IN ORDER TO PROCESS APPLICATION

Company Name
Billing Address
Tax Exempt
Owners Date of Birth

SERVICE ADDRESS INFORMATION

Service Address
Type of Service

CONTACT INFORMATION

BILLING SELECTION

Monthly Billing
BILLING CYCLE - PLEASE CHOOSE WHICH BILL CYCLE WOULD BEST FIT YOUR NEEDS
BILLING CYCLE - PLEASE CHOOSE WHICH BILL CYCLE WOULD BEST FIT YOUR NEEDS
  Cycle
Billed 1st Thursday of the Month, Due between 19th - 25th
Billed 2nd Thursday of the Month, Due between 26th - 2nd
Billed 3rd Thursday of the Month, Due between 3rd - 10th
Billed 4th Thursday of the Month, Due between 11th - 18th

MIDSOUTH ELECTRIC USE ONLY

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