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Oklahoma’s Utilities Moving Away From Coal Despite Trump’s New Climate Order

President Donald Trump on Tuesday signed an executive order to roll back many Obama-era rules meant to combat climate change.

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Obama’s Clean Power Plan: Oklahoma Officials Attack, Utilities on Path to Comply

Oklahoma’s largest utility companies say they’re already on track to meet the carbon-reduction goals in the federal plan.

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Solar and Wind Surcharge Bill Passes Legislature, Awaits Governor’s Signature

A legislative measure that would allow electricity utilities to charge higher rates to customers who generate electricity with small solar installations or wind turbines has passed an Oklahoma House committee and now awaits Gov. Mary Fallin’s signature.

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Two New Wind Farm Projects Planned for Oklahoma Panhandle

One of the state’s largest utilities says it has agreed to decades long contracts for power from new wind farm projects in northwest Oklahoma.

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The Federal Government Got Oklahoma Hooked On Coal, Now It’s Forcing a Detox

It’s a long story, one about the logistics of transporting natural gas, botched government attempts at price-setting, and a lack of understanding about how much the U.S. has in gas reserves.

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