Invenergy is proud to partner with the following companies on the Wind Catcher Energy Connection:
Public Service Company of Oklahoma
Public Service Company of Oklahoma (PSO) has served Oklahoma's electric energy needs since the company's incorporation in May 29, 1913. PSO today serves approximately 547,000 customers in 232 cities and towns across 30,000 square miles of eastern and southwestern Oklahoma. PSO has submitted regulatory filings to buy the Wind Catcher facility once construction is complete to serve its customers with power from the wind farm. PSO has also submitted to build a dedicated transmission line that would carry power to Tulsa.
Southwestern Electric Power Company
Southwestern Electric Power Company (SWEPCO) serves 530,000 customers in northwestern and central Louisiana, western Arkansas, East Texas and the Panhandle area of North Texas. SWEPCO has joined sister-company PSO in submitting regulatory filings to buy the Wind Catcher facility to serve their customers with wind power.
GE Renewable Energy
GE Renewable Energy is a global leader in advanced technology focusing on wind, hydro, and solar power generation services for a cleaner, more productive world. GE wind turbines will power the Wind Catcher facility.