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Corporate Stewardship in Action

NewGen understands the importance and impact of being a good steward in the communities where we live and work.  We are committed to sharing our success within our communities and with causes that are close to our staff.  To that end, NewGen donates 1% of our gross revenues each year to charitable organizations. 

As a company, we have chosen to support groups both on a national and local level with an emphasis on improving the quality of lives, protecting the environment, and further enhancing the world around us. 

We are proud to say that our 2017 donations went to support the following charitable organizations:


NewGen Is An Approved HGACBuy Contractor!



NewGen has been selected as an approved contractor through a competitive procurement process by HGACBuy.  This contract award allows government entities nationwide to contract our services directly without the issuance of an RFP.

About H-GAC and the Cooperative Purchasing Program

The Houston-Galveston Area Council (H-GAC) is the largest of 24 Councils of Government in Texas, and is a political subdivision of the State of Texas. It has been serving local governments for more than 30 years. 

H-GAC's Cooperative Purchasing Program, known as HGACBuy, is a nationwide procurement service that was established pursuant to Texas' "Interlocal Cooperation Act". The "Act" allows local governments and certain non-profits to use contracts appropriately established by another government entity.   The H-GAC Board awards all contracts, which can then be made available to local governments nationwide thru HGACBuy.  All that's necessary is agreement of the parties, which is legally established thru execution of H-GAC's Interlocal Contract by the End User.

HGACBuy has established Interlocal Contracts with thousands of End Users throughout Texas and across the United States.  The Interlocal Contract is the required legal document that establishes a link between the End User and HGACBuy and gives the End User access to HGACBuy contracts.  Use of the Program for a particular purchase by any government entity is strictly at the discretion of that entity.

Benefits of HGACBuy

  • Access to volume purchasing and discounts.
  • Over 200 years of combined purchasing experience.
  • H-GAC writes technical specifications that eliminate the need to hire consultants for that purpose.
  • H-GAC absorbs the costs associated with publishing legal notices.
  • Expedited procurement process so you need not be delayed for months preparing specifications and satisfying all of the other requirements for competitive bids and proposals.



For more information on the HGACBuy Program visit or contact Nancy Casselberry at .

TPPA Annual Meeting | July 23-25

Texas Public Power Association

TPPA Annual Meeting
July 23-25, 2018
Four Seasons
Austin, TX

Formed in 1978, the Texas Public Power Association (TPPA) represents the interests of public power providers in the state of Texas including municipally owned electric utilities, river authorities, joint action agencies, and some electric cooperatives. TPPA provides resources through which members may extend their influence on public policy matters affecting the public power industry.  

The Texas Public Power Association Annual Meeting is held every July and includes the General Membership Meeting as required by the TPPA Bylaws.  

This year, NewGen staff will be presenting on the topic:  Is Change Coming?  Transmission Rate Filings at the PUC

Date: Tuesday, July 24th, Track B
Time:  1:15-2:05 pm
Location:  Ballroom D

The presentation will talk about recent rule-making projects at the PUC, and likely rule changes related to transmission regulations for non IOUs.

Presenters:   Cody Faulk, Loyd Gosselink Rochelle & Townsend, P.C.
                      Grant Rabon, Executive Consultant, NewGen Strategies and Solutions, LLC

Moderator:    Jeff Janke, Garland Power & Light