A renowned energy expert will give a presentation titled “Sustainable Energy Transitions” at Oklahoma City University at 1:30 p.m. April 15.
While energy jobs are important to our local economy, most newcomers (and even some longtime residents) are shocked to learn that energy jobs make up only 3.5 percent of Oklahoma City’s employment base.
According to a recent report by the American Wind Energy Association, Oklahoma has huge potential in wind energy. The data says Oklahoma ranks behind only Texas in installed wind power capacity.
The City of Oklahoma City has earned national recognition for its efforts to promote solar energy.
Long before Devon Energy occupied the tallest building in Oklahoma, Nichols’ company employed only seven employees when he decided to first get involved in the Chamber.