Archive for October 2009

OG&E moving toward smart grid

From The Journal Record: Alford said that technology would include some type of user interface – either computer-based or a countertop device – that would be used by the customer to manage their energy costs. “The smart meter allows us to read your meter, stop and start service and know when there’s an outage,” he […]

Scientists describe possible impact of climate change on Oklahoma

From The OU Daily: An official statement on climate change from the Oklahoma Climatological Survey reported that the earth’s climate has warmed over the last 100 years, and much of the warming over the last 50 years is due to the increase of greenhouse gases from human activity. The report also stated global warming would […]

Thanks!

Thanks to everyone who made it out to the Norman350 International Day of Climate Action yesterday! You were part of the most widespread day of environmental action in the planet’s history, as people came together for more than 5200 events in 181 countries. You can find photos and a write-up of the Norman event at […]

International Day of Climate Action, Oct 24

As part of the International Day of Climate Action tomorrow, Norman will join people all over the world taking a stand for a safe climate future. Everyone is invited to meet in front of Native Roots Market for a talk by Norman Mayor Cindy Rosenthal, a bike decoration contest with Fair Trade prizes, a discussion […]

More Oklahomans turning to weatherization