Building brighter futures by growing the local economy.


Public Service Company of Oklahoma supports Broken Arrow’s economic growth through site development, marketing, prospect outreach, and professional training for economic developers.

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  • PSO supports the growth and prosperity of small business, including many of the 300 manufacturers based in Broken Arrow.
  • PSO partners with the Broken Arrow Economic Development Authority and offers scholarships for Heartland Economic Development Training.
  • PSO provides leadership in economic development locally with the Broken Arrow Chamber of Commerce and statewide with the Foreign Direct Investment Team, Select Oklahoma, and the state Board of Career and Technology Education.
  • PSO works hand-in-hand with the City of Broken Arrow, the Broken Arrow Chamber of Commerce, and other economic development groups to help attract and grow companies and sites such as Alfa Laval and Creek 51 Business Park.

PSO Economic Development Priorities

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Creating Jobs

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Investing in a strong resilient electric grid


Professional Training for Economic Developers

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Site Development

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Prospect Outreach

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Business Retention


PSO’s North Central Energy Facilities in western Oklahoma provide enough wind energy to supply 440,000 homes. Natural gas generation remains a critical, long-term element of PSO’s generation fleet, assuring reliable energy day and night in all weather conditions.

Did you Know?

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PSO’s parent company, AEP, has consistently been named one of the top 10 utilities for economic development by Site Selection Magazine over the past five years.

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PSO offers some of the lowest industrial rates in the U.S., access to 100% renewable energy, and energy efficiency incentives.

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PSO’s residential rates are 18% below national average, 6% below the regional average and 3% below the state average, according to the U.S. Energy Information Administration, September 2022.