Oklahoma Wind Is Blowing Coal Away

The current population of Oklahoma is approximately 3.95 million people. In May 2019, state utilities used renewable energy (46.3%), natural…

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Hybrid Power In The “Sooner State”

The current population of Oklahoma is approximately 3.99 million people. In April 2019, state utilities used renewable energy (49.2%), natural…

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“Oklahoma, Where The Wind Comes Sweepin’ Down The Plain”

“Oklahoma” is the title song from the Broadway musical Oklahoma! The song in the Rodgers and Hammerstein musical play describes…

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Cheap Power In The Sooner State

The current population of the “Sooner State,” Oklahoma is approximately 3.95 million people. In March 2019, state utilities used renewable…

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Oklahoma’s Wind Blows Away Coal

In Oklahoma, electricity is generated from power plants fueled by natural gas (54.0%), coal (12.4%) and renewable energy (33.6%). Over…

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Largest U.S. Wind Farm Cancelled

On July 26, 2017, Invenergy LLC and GE Renewable Energy announced plans for a 2,000 MW wind farm that would…

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AT&T Renewable Energy Commitment

AT&T Inc. has announced that it will purchase 300 MW from two new wind farms in northwest Texas. AT&T has…

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Oklahoma’s Growing Wind Projects

Southern Power Company has acquired the Wildhorse Mountain Wind Facility, located in southeastern Oklahoma. Construction on the facility is forecast…

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Oklahoma’s Growing Wind Energy

Oklahoma generates the third largest amount of wind energy of any American state. The utilities in Oklahoma are continuing to…

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US States With Progressive Energy Policies

In my opinion, the states that currently have the most “progressive”, energy policies include: 1) Texas (REPUBLICAN) – #1 State…

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