PSO Recognized With Energy Leadership

Public Service Company of Oklahoma is recognized by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency with a 2009 Energy Star Leadership In Housing Award.
The award recognizes PSO’s efforts to promote energy-efficient construction and environmental protection by sponsoring an Energy Star for new homes program in its service area.
PSO will receive the award at a June 25 Energy Star workshop, which will be held at the PSO headquarters building in downtown Tulsa.
To earn the Energy Star, a home must meet guidelines for energy efficiency set by EPA.
These homes are at least 15 percent more energy efficient than homes built to local code, and include additional energy-saving features that typically make them 20-30 percent more efficient than standard homes.
“PSO is committed to helping our customers save energy,” said Kathy Champion, PSO manager of consumer programs. “Through our partnership with ENERGY STAR and participating builders, our customers can be confident that the ENERGY STAR certified homes they buy will not only save energy, but also help them manage their energy costs, and help protect our environment.”

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