Western Farmers Electric Cooperative (WFEC), a generation and transmission cooperative based in Anadarko, Oklahoma and a member of the Oklahoma Association of Electric Cooperatives, requested the public to conserve electricity, beginning at midnight on Monday, Feb. 15 to help mitigate any potential problems. The call for conservation was prompted by the continuing frigid weather conditions. WFEC is the power supplier for 21 rural electric cooperatives across much of Oklahoma, including NFEC, and eastern New Mexico. Cooperative customers in this region are encouraged to conserve electricity or natural gas, which will help ensure their safety and the integrity of the regional…

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