When an Oklahoma utility began offering a wind-power choice to customers, it cost 1.72 cents per kilowatt-hour extra. Now it’s down to an even penny.
An Oklahoma utility is going to add 600 megawatts of new wind instead of the planned 200 MW because the money-saving opportunity is too good to pass up.
The new Guthrie Green in the heart of the Tulsa’s Brady Arts District features geothermal heat wells, solar panels, and other thoughtful green touches.
Tulsa Habitat for Humanity teamed up a with a local homebuilders’ association to build a green home composed of 100% US-made materials, from soup to nuts.
Federal regulators give a key approval to a project that will carry 3,500 MW of power from western Oklahoma to Tennessee for distribution in the Southeast.
Eighteen vertical-axis wind turbines on an Oklahoma medical research tower will provide 85,000 kWh of power a year, whether that fixes global warming or not.
The new Siemens distribution center in Woodward, Okla., will serve big wind projects in the Midwest with a workforce made up largely of military veterans.