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Ground-mount solar panels recently installed by Sun City Solar Energy connect to a dental office in northwest Oklahoma City. (Photo Megan Nance)

In Oklahoma, where solar potential and solar production rankings don’t match, residential solar power systems are rising

In Oklahoma, where solar potential and solar production rankings don’t match, residential solar power systems are rising

In Oklahoma, where solar potential and solar production rankings don’t match, residential solar power systems are rising.

Ryan Baker, City of Oklahoma City Office of Sustainability, poses for a photo at the Myriad Gardens, Thursday, April 13, 2017.  (Garett Fisbeck)

Efforts are underway to help Oklahoma capitalize on solar potential

Oklahoma City was ranked at the city with the eighth moth solar potential in the country by Google’s Project Sunroof program.

(Madeline Hancock)

Chicken-Fried News: What can’t Google do?

Siri, do a Google search for “burglars 2011.” You really can find anything on the Internet. Just ask the Oklahoma City woman who recently found the two robbers who broke into her house and threatened her three years ago. A neighbor was scrolling a Google Street View map of her street when she saw what

Let Coburn Google that for you

Coburn’s proposed bill describes the NTIS as “tasked with collecting and distributing government-funded scientific, technical, engineering, and business-related information and reports.” Besides being a money pit — the service has cost more than it has made in 10 of the past 11 years — Coburn insists the NTIS doesn’t really do much and most of

Google-eyed for Inhofe

Credit: Brad Gregg Protesters gathered at Google’s Mountain View, Calif., headquarters last week to present a 50,000-signature petition opposing the company’s cozy relationship with Inhofe, who calls manmade climate change “the greatest hoax ever perpetrated on the American people.” (We think he’s letting Justin Bieber off the hook with that one, but whatev.) A Google

Going after Google

Credit: Brad Gregg State Attorney General Scott Pruitt doesn’t. He is so disgusted by the revenue-sharing practice — known as monetizing — that he and Nebraska Attorney General Jon Bruning wrote a strongly worded letter last week to the multinational Internet-based giant, noting that they are “prepared to take appropriate action to safeguard our citizens.”

Can you hear me now?

Lopez, director of the Norman-based company, said that his love of TV helped inspire the idea for Audivero. “I’m very much a TV-oriented person,” Lopez said. “I thought it would be cool if there was some kind of app that allowed you to stream TV to your phone.” The app lets users hear what they

Take this job and love it?

If so, consider this: A trio of OKC-based companies made this year’s Fortune list of the “100 Best Companies to Work For.” Chesapeake Energy Corp. ranked No. 18, with the magazine crediting the company for its 63,000-square-foot childcare center for employees. Devon Energy ranked No. 28 for its soon-to-be Devon tower boasting such perks as

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