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Creating a New Model for Resilience in the Heartland

OG&E committed to a deeper understanding of its grid after a severe ice storm in 2020. This meant reassessing what their grid structures were designed to withstand and what practical improvements could be made to improve their weather resilience. OG&E partnered with Osmose to maximize value in making overhead lines more structurally resilient for what Oklahoma’s evolving climate reality required.

Get a utility perspective from OG&E on how they got their grid structures ready for future storms.
  • Deeper Data for Smarter Decision
  • Four Steps to Structural Resilience
  • Restoring Safety and Strength Above Standards

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