In 2018, OG&E provided power at an average rate at 7.31 cents per kilowatt-hour (kWh)--about 3.5 cents less than the national average.
Largely thanks to the super-affordable housing marketing, OKC is ranked the second best city for first-time homebuyers.
Largely thanks to abundant employment opportunities, “a growing arts and culinary scene” and affordable real estate, OKC ranked second on HavenLife's list of cities where the most millennials are getting married.
OKC was recently ranked among the top cities for entrepreneurs that have “started three or more businesses prior to the one they run today.”
The Oklahoma City Water Utilities Trust (OCWUT) has again earned the highest possible ratings from S&P Global Ratings (Standard & Poor’s) and Moody’s, two of the nation’s most respected financial rating agencies.
OKC was ranked among Biz2Credit’s top 25 cities for small businesses. It was also home of the youngest businesses.
A recently released study says Oklahoma City has fared well over the past 10 years.