Energy costs 22% lower than the national average.
Oklahoma’s industrial electrical power costs are 22% lower than the national prices at 5.52¢/kWh. That difference adds up, with Oklahoma’s industrial businesses saving $25,100 per 1,000,000 kWh.
Diverse Energy Portfolio
We know energy, and you reap the rewards. Unlike Texas, Oklahoma is part of the Southwest Power Pool where our blend of natural gas, coal, wind, solar, geothermal, and hydropower sources provides cleaner, more reliable power, all at significant savings.
The Most Central Location
Oklahoma is located at the crossroads of North America – and with one of the largest inland, ice-free ports. That means lower business costs whether your supply chain is across the street or stretches around the globe.
Inland River Port
- Market proximity with 26 major cities within an 800-mile length of haul.
- 25 non-stop flights from Will Rogers World Airport & Tulsa International Airports
- 3 Class I rail lines and 18 Class III lines
Right to Work
Oklahoma is a constitutional right-to-work state with low unemployment insurance taxes and programs to significantly reduce hiring and training start-up costs.
Multi-modal Transportation Infrastructure
With 3 inland ports, 140 public-use airports, 3,850 miles of rail and 12,000 miles of highway, we are America’s hub.
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