Energy news from Omaha Public Power District
The 345-kV transmission line will run from OPPD’s Cass County Station to a substation near Gretna, and is expected to be 20 to 30 miles long.
Charles Drew Health Center partnered with OPPD on a standby generator to ensure the facility has the power needed to serve patients.
Lewis and Clark, OPPD's resident peregrine falcons, were expecting four chicks this year, but two didn’t survive.
Southwest Power Pool reached a major renewables milestone this spring, a renewable energy penetration record of 90.2%.
There are a few simple things you can do to help lessen the weather's impact on your energy usage.
For Jene’ Reese, a senior account executive at OPPD, success at work and at home comes down to knowing what matters – and what doesn't.
Should you really unplug all your appliances and devices when they're not in use? This month, Energy Advisor Eric BenSalah explains phantom load.
The female osprey at Fort Calhoun Station laid three eggs, and if all goes well, the chicks should hatch in late May or early June.
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