#Oklahoma is perfectly positioned to benefit from the advancements in #renewableenergy to grow jobs, capital investment and to further reduce the cost of electricity for our cities and employers. “Prices for renewable power are plummeting, technologies for storage are becoming more cost-effective and what’s competitive today isn’t what was competitive five years ago…R...
“Across the world, major companies and countries are turning to renewable sources of energy such as wind and solar.” Catch up on all of the latest definitions of renewable energy and new opportunities for Oklahoma’s economy. Click here to view the key terms from MSNBC.
After years of planning and counting on this future revenue, this news is a tough financial loss for the community and our farmers, ranchers and families. “The company estimates it would have generated $54 million in property taxes and $57 million in landowner payments during its first 30 years in operation.” Click here to […]
“But what you might not know is that Oklahoma and Texas are also rich in renewables. Yes, that’s right, two of the top oil and gas producing states are also the leaders in renewable power.” “Both states combined have more than $60 billion in total investment from renewable energy and that amount continues to grow. […]
Oklahoma Department of Commerce Executive Director Brent Kisling discusses the future of #wind and #solar energy in #Oklahoma with Scott Mitchell on MitchellTalks and KWTV – NEWS 9. Click here to watch Mitchell Talks | Oklahoma Dept of Commerce Brent Kisling 05-15-19
Understanding the tremendous economic impact that U.S. military bases and the wind industry has on rural communities in Oklahoma, we worked together to identify solutions to protect the airspace for training while also representing the rights of nearby property owners seeking to develop his or her land for the wind industry. “We achieved a very […]
ENID, Okla. — The wind industry continues to grow ever larger in Oklahoma every year, keeping Oklahoma consistently at the top of the list in renewable energy resources. Oklahoma ranks third nationwide for installed wind capacity and second for total wind energy generation, according to OK Wind Power. There are 8,072 megawatts (MW) of installed wind capacity […]
Times have certainly changed since one saw bumper stickers in Oklahoma that said, “Lord, please send us another oil boom. We promise we won’t throw this one away.” What we got was something far better — new technologies, forward-thinking companies willing to take risks, and sensible regulations that have made Oklahoma an energy leader. Oklahoma […]