Grand River Dam

Grand River Dam:

see Pensacola DamPensacola Dam,
145 ft (44 m) high and 6,500 ft (1,980 m) long, on the Grand River (local name of the Neosho), NE Okla., NE of Tulsa; built 1938–41 by the state of Oklahoma.
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VINITA The Grand River Dam Authority was one of 48 public power utilities to earn the Reliable Public Power Provider designation from the American Public Power Association for providing reliable and safe electric service.
The utility purchases low-cost, full-requirements electric power and energy from the Grand River Dam Authority (GRDA; revenue bonds rated A+/Stable).
in Kansas and Grand River Dam Authority in Oklahoma.
"We greatly appreciate the leadership of MidAmerica Industrial Park in bringing together representatives of the Grand River Dam Authority, Northeast Technology Centers and the Oklahoma Dept.
Marty Quinn, R-Claremore, were reappointed to the Joint Legislative Task Force on the Grand River Dam Authority.
The combined cycle plant is owned by the Grand River Dam Authority, located in Chouteau, Oklahoma.
TULSA The Grand River Dam Authority was recognized as a global finalist for the Power Award of Excellence at the 2018 S&P Platts Global Energy Awards ceremony in New York City.
Mary Fallin appointed Michael Lewandowski to the Grand River Dam Authority.
VINITA The Grand River Dam Authority's Rush for Brush program is a 2018 recipient of the National Hydropower Association Outstanding Stewards of America's Waters award.<br />The program was created in 2007 to enhance the fisheries of GRDA lake waters.<br />GRDA Vice President of Ecosystems and Lake Management Darrell Townsend accepted the award on behalf of GRDA during the NHA's Water Power Week activities in Washington.<br />GRDA's program was one of two recipients in the public education category.
VINITA The Grand River Dam Authority has been recognized for its cooperative and innovative partnerships with Oklahoma institutes of higher education.
After completing a routine review of the SUA, S&P noted city councils obligation to annually transfer to the authority proceeds from the 1-cent sales tax and a contract with Grand River Dam Authority for the purchase of power that extends through May 31, 2042.
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