OG+E, fully abbreviated as Oklahoma Gas & Electric is an American utility company that serves customers in the states of Arkansas and Oklahoma, United States. The company’s slogan is “Power at the Speed of Life”. Based in Oklahoma City, the company trades on the New York Stock Exchange as OGE. The total workforce of the company consist of over 3,200 people controlling different operations across their service area.
Since its foundation, the company has won numerous awards for its work. In 2013, they won the Edison Award for “Innovation and Contribution” to the electric industry whereas OG+E receives Utility of the Year Award by Electric Light & Power Magazine in 2011. Another significant achievement of the company is winning Arbor Day Foundation Tree Line USA Utility winner since 1999.
In Oklahoma, the company is the biggest investor-owned electric utility company with serving area of 30,000 square miles. Overall, they offer services to more than 830,000 customers in over 270 towns across the states of Arkansas and Oklahoma. The
company’s power plants are situated across these states. They have a capacity to generate 6,800 MW electricity. They generate such amount of energy by using a mix of natural gas, renewable energy and coal. OGE pays around $80 million yearly to the Voloream Taxes of the Oklahoma state every year. The company operate as the wholly owned subsidiary of OGE Energy Corporation.