Energy news from Omaha Public Power District
Several OPPD employees serve on their local departments, and have lent a hand amid the COVID-19 pandemic to help their communities.
The holiday is known for its food. Don’t let it gobble up energy, leaving you with a November bill you're not thankful for.
Allocated by Douglas County and the state, the assistance funds specifically help customers affected by COVID with their energy costs.
Crews recently performed the work in an area of OPPD’s service territory prone to galloping lines in winter weather.
Changes from COVID have led the OPPD team to explore new ways to promote the area and help customers find resources.
The big investment will boost local economies in the OPPD service territory, specifically Blair and Washington counties.
Learn more about the facility where quick decisions help restore power to customers.
The program ensures a steady stream of employees who are qualified to work in several trades careers at the utility.
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