Bryan Texas Utilities (BTU) has contracted with Davey Resource Group (DRG) to perform an audit of field assets, including poles, transformers, conductors, pedestals, and service-drops, throughout the entire BTU system—including Brazos County, and parts of Burleson and Robertson counties. To complete this work, DRG employees will need to access all BTU owned poles and equipment […]
BRYAN, TX — Bryan Texas Utilities (BTU) introduced a new look and feel to their website this week, designed to improve efficiency and ease of use for their more than 58,000 customers.
In addition to the features customers have become accustomed to, such as making an online payment, starting and stopping service, and accessing the outage map, they can now enjoy an “app-like” mobile experience that puts all of these options easily at their fingertips.
Customers can also access past editions of Texas Co-Op Magazine, the monthly bill insert, and reports and financials, as well as apply for rebates, view their consumption history, and learn more about BTU sponsored activities and programs.
View the new site, and follow BTU on Facebook (@BryanTexasUtilities) and Twitter (@BTU_BryanTX) for news and updates.