PSO's New Homes program featured in 2022 Greater Tulsa Parade of Homes
The New Homes program promotes long-term energy savings by offering rebates to builders for energy-efficient options such as lighting, insulation, windows, ducts and HVAC systems. New homes are eligible for up to $5,000 in rebates.
Traverse wind farm attracts leaders of AEP, PSO and SWEPCO
Leaders from AEP, SWEPCO and PSO gathered in Weatherford, Oklahoma, last week to thank community, state and local leaders for supporting development of the Traverse wind farm.
College Football Playoff Executive Director Bill Hancock told the Oklahoma Press Association’s annual convention that everything he has done started with the lessons he learned as an Oklahoma paper boy. PSO sponsored Hancock’s OPA appearance.
In May, Consumer Education & Logistics Coordinators Alyssa Holmes and Dustin Reed offered employees a chance to drive a Nissan Leaf at the PSO General Office building. This summer employees at two generation sites will get their chance.
Hope Cannon, the 9-year-old daughter of a PSO employee, was born with partial trisomy 13, a very rare condition that creates a range of lifelong challenges.
Working safely in the heat of summer requires special preparations and planning.
Public Service Company of Oklahoma donated $431,834 to more than 140 Oklahoma nonprofits in 2021, PSO President and Chief Operating Officer Peggy Simmons says in the latest PSO Community Report.
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