Oklahoma's electric co-ops send help after Hurricane Laura
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.
A lesson every college student should learn
The SKIE (Supporting K20 Innovative Educators) Award celebrates educators or teams of educators across the state who have demonstrated the ability to link student learning with the innovative use of technology and the K20 IDEALS. Oklahoma’s electric cooperatives are a proud sponsor of this award.
Local electric cooperatives chose 72 students to represent Oklahoma on this year’s Youth Tour experience to Washington, D.C.