The Commission regulates prices and service reliability of three investor-owned electric utilities providing retail electric service to much of the State. These rates are set through Public Utility Rate Case investigations and hearings. These companies are:
State law prevents the Commission from regulating any electric utility operated by a governmental entity, such as the Grand River Dam Authority, or cities, which are members of the Oklahoma Municipal Power Authority.
Likewise, the legislature passed a statute allowing electric cooperatives to opt out of price regulation. Most electric cooperatives have opted out. Those that have not and whose prices are still regulated by the Commission are:
The Commission continues to regulate service reliability for cooperatives that opted out of price regulation. These cooperatives are:
The Commission does not regulate electricity producers who sell only in the wholesale market.
Report an electric utility operating outside OCC regulations.