Energy news from Omaha Public Power District
The Douglas County board set aside an additional $1 million to help OPPD customers affected by the pandemic with their bills.
Webinars are scheduled all week to educate the public about solutions to deal with invasive species like emerald ash borer and zebra mussels.
As more customers seek help to pay their utility bills, organizations are banding together to lessen their burden.
OPPD is participating in a SAC Museum exhibit showcasing how engineering careers translate into every day uses.
The SPP membership of OPPD and other Nebraska utilities has allowed them to benefit from the diverse and wide-ranging RTO.
We understand this unprecedented situation can be confusing. Please refer to these resources for more information as we work to answer your questions.
As the entire Midwest struggles through frigid temperatures, utilities in 17 states have been asked to reduce their load.
Recent prolonged, frigid temperatures in the region are adding to the demand for energy. Small steps could help reduce OPPD's load.
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