OG&E is planning and building a number of transmission lines in Oklahoma.
The grid that feeds our cities and industries is made up of high voltage lines, also known as transmission lines. As demand continues to increase, utilities must build additional transmission lines to ensure that power is always available.
Even as the nation struggles with economic recession, Oklahoma is growing. Oklahomans are using more and more electricity every year. And, we’re adding new wind farms that require transmission lines.
OG&E is planning and building a number of transmission lines in Oklahoma to support our new wind farms and our population growth. Important projects are under way in many parts of the state.
The purpose of this web page is to provide information about our transmission projects to landowners and citizens. Direct any inquiries regarding transmission projects to email@example.com.
Specifications for the Roman Nose Substation to Darlington Substation transmission project.
Overview of OG&E's Roman Nose Substation to AEP's Darlington Substation 138kV Transmission line project.
Specifications for the Gracemont to Elk City transmission Project.
Specifications for OG&E's Woodward to Thistle Transmission project.