TULSA, Oklahoma -- For the second time this year, the city of Tulsa has received a Public Service Company of Oklahoma energy rebate check.
Monday's check was for savings made through lighting upgrades at all of the city of Tulsa fire stations.
The check came to $10,009.81.
City officials say the lighting upgrades made to the fire stations were part of the 2001 Sales Tax Program. The rebate money will go back into this particular fund.
Earlier this year, PSO gave the City of Tulsa an energy rebate check of $11, 458.37 for heating, ventilating, and air conditioning upgrades made in various city facilities.
For more on PSO's energy saving rebates, visit www.psoklahoma.com.