coverage o Hugo and Anadarko outages, WFEC Electric Vehicle owners, and Moore office building update.
The SCOOP and STACK oil plays have contributed to cooperative load growth, storm and wildfire repairs in northwest Oklahoma are featured. Also, Anadarko Unit 3, one of the 3 original steam units, passes all operational and environmental tests.
WFEC added solar energy to their fuel mix in 2016-2017, with five utility scale projects and 13 community projects (11 member cooperatives).
Are electric vehicles a sign of the times? Read about this growing technology in this edition of the EnerCom. Also, WFEC broke ground on a new office complex in Moore. Details and photos are provided.
In this issue, read about the role of the Southwest Power Pool within the utility industry, including its interaction with WFEC. Also, vegetation management is discussed in this isue, along with training for plant personnel.
Review WFEC's 2016 Annual Report
Read about the WFEC solar projects that are being installed across Oklahoma and New Mexico. Also, an update on winter ice storm damage is also a part of this publication.
Find out how WFEC and several of its member cooperatives are becoming involved in the solar power industry. Also, read about a project designed to attract a butterfly population near a WFEC substation.
Read about WFEC's cyber security efforts, as well as the success experienced by the company's Relay for Life team during a year of fundraising for the Caddo County Relay for Life.
Find out how WFEC has been dealing with flooding issues in parts of Oklahoma during the past several months. Also, a brightly colored beetle is creating problems with construction projects in certain habitats of the state.
Learn the basic information about WFEC.
The attached brochure provides background information about WFEC, along with a list of its member cooperatives.
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.
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 2017 data.
WFEC has enabled the development of several wind farms through long-term PPAs, since 2003, when signing the state’s first agreement with a wind farm developer. Today, WFEC has PPAs with 12 wind farm facilities in Oklahoma and New Mexico.
Learn more about cooperatives overall and their affiliations.