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OG&E Plans Green Pricing Offering

January 2002 - Oklahoma Gas & Electric (OG&E), which serves 700,000 customers and is the state's largest electric utility, filed plans with the Oklahoma Corporation Commission to offer a green pricing option to its customers. If approved, the company plans to enter into 10-year contracts for wind energy to supply the program. The plan was filed in conjunction with a general rate increase request and a final order is not expected before summer 2002.

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News Article - Oklahoma Gas & Electric Pushes Wind Power Option - No longer online at Knight-Ridder

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