Oklahoma attorney general seeks to dismiss preapproval case
August 16, 2017
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Oklahoma's attorney general has requested that state regulators dismiss a preapproval case for a utility that wants to build a $4.5 billion wind farm.
The motion against the Public Service Co. of Oklahoma's Wind Catcher project was filed last week by Attorney General Mike Hunter's public utility division, The Oklahoman reported . The motion argues the utility didn't follow competitive bidding rules and hasn't shown a need for new generation.
"The Attorney General's full participation is essential, as PSO's customers are at risk to bear the $1.36 billion cost of the Wi...