San Miguel Electric Cooperative Inc.

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The San Miguel Electric Cooperative Inc. "was created on February 17, 1977, under the Rural Electric Cooperative Act of the State of Texas, for the purpose of owning and operating a 400-MW mine-mouth, lignite-fired generating plant and associated mining facilities that furnish power and energy to Brazos Electric Power Cooperative, Inc. (BEPC) and South Texas Electric Cooperative, Inc. (STEC)".[1]

Existing Coal Plants

Plant State Year(s) Built Capacity
San Miguel Electric Cooperative TX 1982 390 MW

San Miguel Mine

San Miguel Electric Cooperative, Inc. is owner of the San Miguel Mine near Christine, Texas. The North American Coal Corporation began contract mining operations from the mine in 1997. The San Miguel mine delivers approximately 3.5 million tons of coal per year.[2]

Contact Information

San Miguel Electric Cooperative Inc.
6200 FM 3387
Christine, TX 78012
phone: (830) 784-3411

Articles and Resources


  1. San Miguel Electric Cooperative Inc., "San Miguel Electric Cooperative, Inc.", San Miguel Electric Cooperative, Inc website, accessed February 2009.
  2. "San Miguel Mine" North American Coal Corporation Website, September 2009

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