WFEC Service Area Map

WFEC provides electric service for 21 rural electric distribution cooperatives in Oklahoma and New Mexico, with service areas also extending into portions of Texas and Kansas.

Winter Quarter - 2010

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A new leadership program is described in this edition of the WFEC EnerCom, along with a story involving an innovate LED project. The Anadarko Plant staff is also highlighted in this edition. 

Fall Quarter - 2010

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Four New Mexico cooperatives join WFEC's membership, following almost three years of negotiations and regulatory approvals. This article and others, including a new venture with CoachesAid.com and the installation of an animal deterrent system are included in this quarter's EnerCom. 

WFEC Key Facts

For an overview of WFEC's background, such as miles of line, capacity, members served and financial information, click on the WFEC Highlights for details. These statistics are based on 2016 data. 

Wind Sources

WFEC has enabled the development of several wind farms through long-term power purchase agreements (PPA)  since 2003*.  Currently, WFEC has PPAs in place for 12 wind farms in Oklahoma and New Mexico for a total of 608 megawatts. 

 

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