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Oklahoma’s electric cooperatives are fully committed to the communities they serve. That means not only keeping the lights on, but also lending a hand to neighbors in times of need.
More than 70 students were chosen to represent Oklahoma in Washington, D.C., this summer. Although the event was cancelled due to COVID-19 concerns, Oklahoma’s electric co-ops are proud of each young person selected for this honor. #PowerOn
Even as we face unprecedented crisis, we want you to know that we are here for you and we are committed to bringing you member-benefitting content.
With hope and a conviction for helping those in need, we highlight those who have stepped up—yet again.
In the realm of cyberwarfare, attacking a U.S. power plant indicates an extreme level of aggression with a calculated intent to harm and disrupt. Two years ago, it happened in Oklahoma…
A message from Larry Hicks, co-op board director at Red River Valley Rural Electric Association based in Marietta, Oklahoma
Oklahoma’s Western Farmers Electric Cooperative plans largest combined wind, solar and energy storage facility in U.S.