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City of Tacoma

Tacoma, Washington

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Great River Hydro

Worcester (hybrid), Massachusetts

City of Tacoma

Tacoma, Washington

Tacoma Public Utilities

Tacoma, Washington

GRDA - Grand River Dam Authority

Locust Grove, Oklahoma

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National Hydropower Association

United States - Nationwide

Nevada Irrigation District

Grass Valley, California

Chelan PUD

Wenatchee, Washington

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BC Hydro

Dunsmuir, British Columbia, Canada

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Northern Lights, Inc.

Sagle, Idaho

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Stanford University

Stanford, California

Cloverland Electric Cooperative

Dafter, Michigan

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University of Tennessee, Chattanooga

Chattanooga, Tennessee

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Nevada Irrigation District

Grass Valley, California

Nevada Irrigation District

Grass Valley, California

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Princeton University

Princeton, NJ, US, 08544

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Kodiak Electric Association, Inc.

Kodiak, Alaska

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Kodiak Electric Association, Inc.

Kodiak, Alaska

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Chugach Electric Association

Anchorage, Alaska

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Johns Hopkins University

Baltimore, Maryland

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Chelan PUD

Wenatchee, Washington

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Associated Electric Cooperative, Inc.

Springfield, Missouri

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Chugach Electric Association

Anchorage, Alaska

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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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