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OG&E & You

Our Time, And Places

As OG&E members, it’s our honor to not only generate power for Oklahoma and northwestern Arkansas, but to also create a place. A place of closeness and comfort. A place of growth and stability. Places of family, optimism and great expectations.

We’re proud of every story in which we’ve played a part, not only successful business ventures and helping communities thrive, but also improving our schools. And taking on every endeavor with safety as our top concern.

We believe the world deserves to hear these positive stories about our region, our company, our community partners—and you. We want to celebrate each of our roles as individual sparks that ignite pride and purpose in every place we serve.

Overcoming adversity. Even underwater.

At OG&E, we work hand-in-hand with the United Way, more than financially. We’re caring, together, to make lives better.

At OG&E, we work hand-in-hand with the United Way, more than financially. We’re caring, together, to make lives better.

Whenever there's a need, OG&E is the first at the table, they're one of the first calls we make.”

Debby Hampton, President & CEO, United Way of Central Oklahoma

Beautiful Fields. Bright Futures.

See how Fields & Futures—with a little help from OG&E—have more students running toward a greater potential.

See how Fields & Futures, along with OG&E, help kids realize their purpose and potential by building and maintaining athletic fields across our school districts.

I just didn’t realize OG&E did things like this and it blew my mind to know that they did and I really appreciate the help and all you have done for me…

Margaret Thompson, OG&E Customer

Silver Customers. Golden Opportunities.

OG&E’s Toney and his new friend, Margaret, talk about how OG&E’s Silver Energy Program helps customers over 55.

Learn more about OG&E’s Silver Energy Program and see if you qualify for the money-saving energy efficiency benefits. Click here.

OG&E’s proud to be a huge contributor to funding local schools. We pay more ad valorem taxes, our property taxes, than anybody in the state. Probably two-thirds of that money goes to fund local schools, and we're really proud of that.

Rae Rice, Manager, State Government Affairs, OG&E

A Mustang Minute with Jason Simeroth: Growing Our Leaders

Yukon Public Schools Superintendent shows his passion when it comes to shaping our children's future—and his thanks for OG&E's help.

A Mustang Minute with Greg Winters: The MEC Is Very Smart

The CEO of the Canadian Valley Technology Center is proud to train the workforce of tomorrow—and appreciative of OG&E's ad valorem support.

We’re not a quarter-to-quarter business. We’re a business that takes a very long view of our customers’ needs and the economy that we power.

Jean Leger, Vice President, Utility Operations, OG&E

Meet Ann Felton

As the CEO of Central Oklahoma Habitat for Humanity, Ann describes her longstanding relationship with OG&E.

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