OPPD is creating ‘rest areas’ on their properties for monarch butterflies to boost the threatened butterfly’s population.
The action calls for a federal intervention in the nation’s energy markets to support coal and nuclear generation.
About 50 OPPD employees have traveled the district for 40 years working on equipment ensuring reliability for customers.
The auto transformer made a memorable move from rural OPPD location to its new metro home, where it will serve customers.
OPPD’s Forestry operations provide “browse” – luscious limbs and leaves – to animals at Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium.