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The Oklahoma Municipal League (OML) represents Oklahoma cities and towns working together for their mutual benefit. The OML acts as a central clearinghouse for information and services for its member municipalities.  

Schneider

Oklahoma Municipal Services Corporation Announces
New Partnership With Schneider Electric

Oklahoma City, OK – The Oklahoma Municipal Services Corporation (OMSC), the business arm of the Oklahoma Municipal League (OML), has announced a new strategic partnership with energy and sustainability expert Schneider Electric.

Schneider Electric helps prepare communities for the future with innovative solutions and creative funding leveraged through a comprehensive capital recovery and reinvestment program. Their experts can help you reinvest in your city or county to strengthen your municipality’s brand, modernize facilities and technology, generate revenue, engage citizens, and ultimately drive your community further.

“Schneider Electric is honored to be a trusted partner with the OMSC. We are excited by the opportunity to work with member communities around Oklahoma to help enable the visions of each community,” said Roger Flud, Account Manager, Schneider Electric. “The OMSC is a progressive organization and we will endeavor to be a good partner to help each community achieve their goals.”

A partnership with Schneider Electric will give civic planners a means to attract new businesses and residents by reinvesting operational and energy savings into economic development. Projects can help prepare for growth and promote cities as a sustainability leader by maximizing public funds and addressing critical infrastructure needs. Specific energy conservation measures include:

  • HVAC equipment upgrades

  • LED lighting retrofits

  • Centralized building automation systems

  • Water meters

  • Wastewater treatment plants

  • Solar

  • Building envelope enhancements

Over the past 25 years, Schneider Electric has successfully implemented more than 700 ESPC projects across the nation, saving its clients nearly $2.5 billion. This project delivery method helps public entities make capital improvements over longer payback periods and offers many long-term benefits such as improved facility efficiency, occupant comfort, financial management and environmental protection.

For more details about this service, please visit www.schneider-electric.us/enable or contact Roger Flud at roger.flud@se.com or call 918.629.5687.  You may also contact OML’s Nancee Morris at nancee@oml.org or call 405.528.7515.