OMPA member city officials and staff meet with Representative Newton

On Wednesday, June 27, the cities of Fairview and Mooreland, along with staff from the Oklahoma Municipal Power Authority (OMPA), met with Representative Carl Newton (District 58) over lunch in Woodward. The purpose of this meeting was to continue to educate the representative on the history of OMPA and the unique role we serve with our member cities. The representative,...

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OMPA member city officials and staff meet with Oklahoma State Senator and Representatives

On Thursday, June 7, the cities of Comanche, Duncan and Marlow, along with staff from the Oklahoma Municipal Power Authority (OMPA), met with Senator Scott (District 43), Representative Boles (District 51), Representative McEntire (District 50), Bryson Panas, Field Representative for US Senator James Inhofe, and Thomas Lewis, Field Representative for Congressman Tom Cole...

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UCO Project Continues With More Rebates

The City of Edmond and its power supplier, the Oklahoma Municipal Power Authority (OMPA), have presented a check for $16,290 to the University of Central Oklahoma for a recent project that improved the energy efficiency of the school. The rebate was presented as part of the Demand and Energy Efficiency Program (DEEP), administered by OMPA. This was the third of three...

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DEEP Rebate Awarded to Lexington Public Schools

The City of Lexington and its power supplier, the Oklahoma Municipal Power Authority (OMPA), have presented a check for $9,338 to Lexington Public Schools for recent energy efficiency improvements throughout the district. The rebates were presented as part of the Demand and Energy Efficiency Program (DEEP), administered by OMPA. The rebate was given because lighting...

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OMPA’s Drake Rice inducted into Oklahoma Hall of Fame for Cities and Towns

OMPA’s Director of Member Services, Drake Rice, along with four other officials were inducted on September 14 into the Oklahoma Hall of Fame for City and Town Officials. The inductees are the 56th through 60th inductees into the Oklahoma Hall of Fame since 2001. Other inductees included: Marilyn Kay Andrews, Former Mayor (deceased), Ponca City; Elaine Grace Carr, Mayor,...

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