Oklahoma government hires energy czar
Oklahoma’s energy program director will coordinate and implement efforts to cut energy costs and promote energy efficiency.
Oklahoma has hired an energy czar.
Officials announced Friday that Rick Krysiak will be the state energy program director.
He is charged with coordinating and implementing efforts to reduce energy costs and promote energy efficiency throughout state government.
It’s a new position at the state Office of Management and Enterprise Services. He starts next week.
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