For more information on DEEP contact
OMPA Energy Services Engineer
A customer must meet the following
qualifications in order for a project to be
considered for approval:
Facility for proposed work must be in
Oklahoma and served by an OMPA
Load must be classified as non-residential
Industrial, Schools, etc.)
Load must be normally operated
during the summer billing period of
June through September.
Customer must be willing to invest as
much or more than OMPA will commit
to a proposed project.
City-owned facilities may also qualify
for program participation.
Customer must submit a completed
DEEP application form.
Approved projects may be any project
where any piece of electric equipment
will be replaced with an energy-efficient
electrical piece of equipment that has a
lower energy demand.
Opportunities for DEEP projects may
exist in the areas of Lighting, HVAC,
Refrigeration, Commercial Food-Service
Equipment, Pumps and Motors.
OMPA is an agency of the State of Oklahoma and is fully supported by
customer revenues instead of taxes. 500 copies printed at a cost of $150.00.
DEEP is one of the many Energy Services
Programs OMPA offers to its member cities.
For more information on additional Energy
Services Programs contact:
Roger Farrer, Energy Services Manager
Palma Lough, Energy Services Coordinator