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AEP subsidiary receives Okla. regulators' approval to lower wind price

Public Service Co. of Oklahoma has received approval from the Oklahoma Corporation Commission to lower by up to 76% the cost for customers who sign up for its WindChoice program, effective January 2017.

Under the newly revised WindChoice tariff, customers will be able to choose the amount of electricity they want to use from Oklahoma-based renewable wind energy resources, according to a Dec. 8 release.

Public Service Co. of Oklahoma is a subsidiary of American Electric Power Co. Inc.