GRDA and Oklahoma Public Power

Power for Progress... a weekly column from the Grand River Dam Authority. They came from all over… [more]

GRDA and Oklahoma Public Power GRDA and Oklahoma Public Power

Safety checklist for electrical cords

Power for Progress... a weekly column from the Grand River Dam Authority. Although National Burn… [more]

Safety checklist for electrical cords Safety checklist for electrical cords

Ready to respond

Power for Progress... a weekly column from the Grand River Dam Authority. Sometimes it happens because… [more]

Ready to respond Ready to respond

Life Jackets Save Lives

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Life Jackets Save Lives Life Jackets Save Lives

Rush for Brush Fish Habitat Locations

Point and click map features to access habitat information. In response to public input and involvement… [more]

Rush for Brush Fish Habitat Locations Rush for Brush Fish Habitat Locations

April Special Board Meeting

The April Special Board Meeting will be held on Tuesday the 23rd at 10:00 a.m. until Wednesday the 24th at 12:00 p.m. in the Shangri-La Resort Monkey Island, OK.

GRDA Crews take part in “Light up the Navajo Nation” project

Thanks to the efforts of the nation’s public power utilities, including the Grand River Dam Authority, thousands of homes on the Navajo Reservation in Arizona are set to receive electricity service for the first time. In early April, a team of nine GRDA employees traveled to the reservation as part of a mutual aid initiative coordinated by the Navajo Tribal Utility Authority (NTUA) and the … More

GRDA and Oklahoma Public Power

Power for Progress... a weekly column from the Grand River Dam Authority. They came from all over the state last week to meet in Norman, Oklahoma, for the 2019 Municipal Electric Systems of Oklahoma (MESO) Public Power Conference. As the name suggests, this is the annual gathering of Oklahoma’s public power team. Representatives from the state’s cities and towns that own their own electric utility systems were there to discuss current industry issues, attend training sessions and meet with their Oklahoma peers. Of course, GRDA was well-represented at the … More

GRDA’s Herron honored with substation name, lifetime achievement award

A Grand River Dam Authority electrical substation, located in the MidAmerica Industrial Park, will now bear the name of GRDA’s soon-to-retire Vice President of Engineering, System Operations and Reliability Mike Herron. Herron, who officially retires on May 1, learned of his namesake substation during the April 18 meeting of the GRDA Board of Directors. GRDA President/CEO Dan Sullivan told Herron that the substation, formerly known as the “3500 West Main Substation” will now be GRDA’s “William M. Herron” substation. “You have left an indelible mark on GRDA,” said Sullivan. “We … More