Choctaw Nation Solar Farm

OG&E and the Choctaw Nation: Kindred Spirits

“We always say that we are clay people. We are a people of miracles. We have always had that kindred spirit connection—to the earth, to the environment.”

--Gary Batton, 47th Chief of the Choctaw Nation

See how OG&E’s long-standing relationship with the Choctaw Nation resulted in the construction of a new solar farm in Durant, Oklahoma, built on the shared values of conserving energy, providing a clean environment and, most important, giving back to Mother Earth.

About the Choctaw Nation Solar Farm

  • Sits on 35 acres of land near Durant, Oklahoma.
  • Contains more than 15,000 solar panels, which use single axis tracking that allows them to pivot about 60 degrees from east to west.
  • Produces 5 megawatts (MW) of solar energy.
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