Monday’s total solar eclipse will wow viewers across Nebraska the rest of the U.S., but won’t put OPPD’s customers in the dark.
A community partner is helping OPPD keep one of the arboretum’s most popular features afloat and ready for visitors year-round.
From sitting in freezers to consulting with fellow nuclear engineers, Rich Jaworski’s hobby has taken him to places seldom seen.
OPPD Forestry provides “browse” – luscious limbs and leaves – to animals at Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium.
The lone wind turbine, located in Valley, that paved the path to renewable energy for OPPD has outlived its usefulness.