Oklahoma smart-grid deals signed

Oklahoma's largest utility has signed agreements with four companies to provide key elements of its smart-grid programme, which will be partly funded by a $130m Department of Energy grant.

Fort Worth: Oklahoma Gas and Electric (OG&E) will use smart-grid technology to reduce costs and provide customers with more information to help them manage their energy use and save money. The utility serves more than 775,000 customers in a 78,000sq km area of Oklahoma and western Arkansas. The programme will begin in Norman, a city south of Oklahoma City. Corix Utilities, based in Vancouver, Canada, will co-ordinate the installation of General Electric smart meters for all residential customers and most businesses in Norman and elsewhere in the OG&E service Log in to read complete article.

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