In conjunction with the National Electrical Contractors Association, OKNECA supports a multi-faceted approach to making the United States energy independent and commits its active participation in helping implement an energy policy premised on independence. Our association’s efforts include working within the legislative and regulatory arenas and with other relevant entities to help improve electric reliability and infrastructure investment, maintain the diversity of all available fuel resources including nuclear energy, enhance energy efficiency, and increase use of renewable energy sources. NECA also encourages traditional producers of energy to embrace new methods that would create jobs, increase resource yield, and promote environmental and economic sustainability.
Electrical contractors who construct and maintain the infrastructure to generate, transmit, and distribute electrical power play a key role in the move towards domestic energy independence. The electrical contractors of the United States will be vital in ensuring the independence, security, and prosperity of America’s economy.