Edmond Electric's system has a typical structure with power being provided from Oklahoma Municipal Power Authority (OMPA). Our function is the distribution of power from our source to Edmond homes and businesses. Our service territory covers 90 square miles and has approximately 617 miles of overhead and 657 miles of underground electric lines. To service our community’s estimated population of 94,000 we use approximately 40,000 electric meters, 6,300 distribution transformers and nine substations.
Electric power for OMPA members comes from a variety of sources. OMPA seeks a balanced approach to power supply resources available to meet load growth needs. OMPA member cities are joint-owners of generating plants in four states - Arkansas, Louisiana, Oklahoma and Texas.
Oklahoma Municipal Power
Authority (OMPA) is a municipal joint-action agency created for the
purpose of providing an adequate, reliable and affordable supply of
electrical power and energy to Oklahoma's municipally owned electric
systems. OMPA is a consumer-owned public power entity and is guided by
its vision and mission statements.