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October 15 -- The Southwest Power Pool, the eight-state regional electricity transmission organization that includes Oklahoma, set a record for wind power generation on Oct. 10, generating about 6,400 megawatts for several hours. >>View Article

June 14 -- Wind power is getting to be a less expensive proposition for many Oklahoma electrical users. Oklahoma Gas and Electric Co. has slashed the price of its Wind Power program, which allows customers to get 25 percent, 50 percent or 100 percent of their electricity from wind. >>View Article

March 15 -- Oklahoma's 2010 renewable energy goal was to reach 15 percent of capacity with renewables by 2015. It's 2013 and the state is ahead of schedule. The mile marker was at 14.5 percent for 2011. >>View Article

March 8 -- New wind projects have pushed the state's renewable energy goal higher than the 15 percent target set for 2015. >>View Article

December 27 -- The city's(Jenks) first geothermal project in a portion of the Oklahoma Aquarium is expected to greatly reduce the facility's demand for energy.  >>View Article

Wednesday, 28 November 2012 19:35

National Grid Invests $40M In Wind Energy Network

November 28 -- National Grid Plc, which manages electricity networks in Great Britain and three Northeast states in the U.S., has invested $40 million in Clean Line Energy Partners LLC to help the company build power lines for inland wind farms. >>View Article

October 12 -- Jim Stober got interested in the possibilities of solar energy a couple of years ago because his wife didn't want to swim in a cold pool.  Stober quickly settled on a solar-powered heat exchanger, which harnesses the sun's energy to regulate the water temperature in the pool. “It's free to use,” he said. “Once you pay for the system, it doesn't cost you anything.” >>View Article

 


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