ENERGIZING OKLAHOMA

Providing power to Oklahoma’s
municipally-owned electric systems

ENERGIZING OKLAHOMA

Providing power to Oklahoma’s
municipally-owned electric systems
Oklahoma Municipal Power Authority

Our Mission & Vision

Providing services for a sustainable and reliable energy future.

Powering Cities, Empowering People.

Who We Serve

The Oklahoma Municipal Power Authority serves 42 municipally-owned electric systems, reaching approximately 250,000 Oklahomans.

As a consumer-owned public power entity, OMPA is owned by the member cities it serves.

Latest Updates

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It pays to be Work Zone Safe!

Thanks, Rep. Nicole Miller for helping to award Work Zone Safe educational scholarship and Thunder Tickets at Edmond Santa Fe High School

Oklahoma Department of Transportation Oklahoma Highway Patrol Oklahoma Turnpike Authority ATSSA-American Traffic Safety Services Association Association of Oklahoma General Contractors Burgess & Niple Victims Impact Panel of Oklahoma, Inc.Ellsworth Construction, LLC Oklahoma Municipal Power Authority - OMPA Oklahoma Asphalt Pavement Association
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Thanks to a grant from the Association of Central Oklahoma Governments (ACOG), OMPA was recently able to add another electric vehicle to its fleet. ACOG is comprised of local governments that include 47 cities and 4 counties. Thank you, ACOG! ... See MoreSee Less

Thanks to a grant from the Association of Central Oklahoma Governments (ACOG), OMPA was recently able to add another electric vehicle to its fleet. ACOG is comprised of local governments that include 47 cities and 4 counties. Thank you, ACOG!

The U.S. Energy Information Administration recently released a
report telling electric customers to prepare for higher-than-usual gas prices this winter.
The EIA has predicted that gas prices will be 22 percent higher this winter than they were a year ago. This impacts electric rates, since power suppliers use natural gas to meet much of their generation needs. Natural gas is one of the primary generators in the region’s
power market.
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The U.S. Energy Information Administration recently released a
report telling electric customers to prepare for higher-than-usual gas prices this winter.
The EIA has predicted that gas prices will be 22 percent higher this winter than they were a year ago. This impacts electric rates, since power suppliers use natural gas to meet much of their generation needs. Natural gas is one of the primary generators in the region’s
power market.

Our Local Power

Learn more about the numerous benefits customers enjoy by being served by one of Oklahoma’s Public Power utilities.