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Orlando Utilities Commission

Orlando, Florida

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Riverside, California

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PUD No. 1 of Whatcom County

FERNDALE, Washington

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Kissimmee Utility Authority

Kissimmee, Florida

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Orlando Utilities Commission

Orlando, Florida

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Orrville Municipal Utilities

Orrville, Ohio

Nevada Irrigation District

Grass Valley, California

Denton Municipal Electric

Denton, Texas

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Bonneville Power Administration

Umatilla, Oregon

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Groton, Connecticut

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Clallam County PUD

Sequim, Washington

Grant County PUD #2

Ephrata, Washington

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Alameda Municipal Power

Alameda, California

Pioneer Community Energy

Rocklin, California

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City of Loveland

Loveland, Colorado

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Missouri River Energy Services

Brayton, Iowa

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COMMONWEALTH UTILITIES CORPORATION

Saipan, Northern Mariana Islands

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COMMONWEALTH UTILITIES CORPORATION

Saipan , Northern Mariana Islands

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Missouri River Energy Services

Sioux Falls, South Dakota

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Utah Associated Municipal Power Systems

Salt Lake City, Utah

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ASSISTANT GENERAL MANAGER
OKLAHOMA MUNICIPAL POWER AUTHORITY ASSISTANT GENERAL MANAGER OMPA was created by the Oklahoma Legislature in 1981 for the purpose of providing adequate, reliable, and economic sources of electric power and energy to Oklahoma municipalities and public trusts operating municipal electric systems. The Authority currently serves 42 member cities in Oklahoma, and a 43rd is slated to begin taking service in 2025. OMPA also has short-term contracts with two Arkansas municipalities and one Texas municipality. Through its members, OMPA provides electric power and energy to a population of approximately 250,000 people. OMPA’s power supply comes from a variety of resources including wind, hydroe


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