News & Updates

OEC awarded all-expenses-paid trips to eight extremely talented high school juniors during the 2018 Youth Tour Banquet held March 5. The top four finishers, Audrey Bradford from Amber-Pocasset High School, Jasmine Williams and Josie...

By Brianna Wall

The last 80-plus years of electric rates have conditioned us to believe the cost of electricity is around 11¢ per kilowatt hour (kWh) — a national average. Realistically, the electricity itself is the cheapes...

OEC’s Solar Garden, an innovative new approach to providing solar power to our membership, is the first of its kind in Oklahoma. Each member can now benefit from renewable energy without the significant capital investment and upkeep...

OEC’s Solar Garden began operation in February 2017 and was expected to produce enough electricity to power 25 to 30 homes. New data indicates the actual output could potentially power 50 homes, which is good news for both OEC and W...

January 13th, 2018
Daniel Lofland, Energy Efficiency Solutions Specialist

A little energy discussion for the day. I have been running an experiment in my house. As some of you may know (if you follow my IG @linemandan85...

By Michael W. Kahn

Federal energy officials have made their first forecasts for 2019, and they expect to see modest growth in the nation's electricity consumption, with a record set for renewables.

In its latest Shor...

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