To put this in perspective, Oklahoma has enough wind to power ten percent of the country’s energy needs. Simultaneously, we are the eighth best state in the country for the capacity to produce solar-energy.
We have passed $215 million in bonds to invest in our school system to ensure that students have access to the latest technology, updated classrooms, sports and performing arts facilities, and are looking to increase that investment.
You don’t have to live in a major city or on the coast to be in a community who values art. In Enid, we have a fiercely creative side and have invested in bringing more art to our community.
Oklahoma is now 3rd in the nation for installed wind energy capacity and is also in the top 4 for states with the most sunshine and open spaces to locate solar farms.
What your children eat for lunch probably comes from Enid, Oklahoma. AdvancePierre Foods, recently purchased by Tyson Foods is located here, a major private employer with over 1,500 employees.