Public Service Company of Oklahoma, a utility with about 540,000 customers, is planning to buy 600 MW of wind power, expecting to save $53 million in the first year, with savings increasing each year thereafter over the 20-year life of the contract. A step toward execution of the contract was announced today, January 24, 2014. For more go here.
Oklahoma City, OK - Wind experts share their knowledge of the industry's evolving needs, and describe state-of-the-art techniques and technologies that use wind assessment data to make wind energy projects possible. The first day's educational program will dig into the remaining challenges of what has become the consistently applied and traditional wind assessment and energy analysis. On day two, the focus shifts from the traditional challenges and explores "new frontiers" including operational assessment, advances in modeling techniques, and remote sensing.
Oklahoma City, OK - Find out how your manufacturing business can become part of the emerging wind industry supply chain. Oklahoma manufacturers: Are you interested in learning about the following:
Oklahoma City, OK - REVOLUTION 2009: Oklahoma's Wind Energy Conference will further our state's discussion and commitment to increased energy security, a sustainable energy future, and sound environmental stewardship.
Norman, OK - Sponsored by the Oklahoma Department of Commerce, this conference focuses on helping Oklahoma companies, small businesses, entrepreneurs, and communities explore the many business and economic development opportunities involved with Oklahoma's emerging wind industry.
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Come learn about Oklahoma’s wind energy successes, energy policy developments, technology advancements, and what steps and actions are required to expand our state’s wind energy contribution to America’s energy mix. Featuring special keynote addresses by wind energy advocate T. Boone Pickens and Mark Tercek, CEO of The Nature Conservancy.
This exciting event will include timely seminars about wind energy growth for Oklahoma and America, including discussions about finance, resource assessment, policy, infrastructure, and other key issues, including: