It’s National Engineers Week, OPPD’s Society of Engineers is raising awareness of their profession, inspiring next generation.
Large projects with big impacts were hallmarks of OPPD’s luring new businesses to the area in 2017, a banner year for team.
Flu season is in full swing across the country, OPPD employees began getting vaccinated more than 60 years ago.
Students from around metro area got a taste of careers at OPPD and other business during Omaha Chamber-sponsored event.
While they may not be Picasso or van Gogh, OPPD’s cable splicers are artists in their own right working an intricate trade.
We’ve all seen substations, those big gray installations situated around the service territory. But how many does OPPD have?
Being outdoors is exactly where OPPD working line crew leader Bill Bergeron wants to spend his time, both at and away from work.
When severe storms cause major damage to its infrastructure, OPPD can seek partial reimbursement from FEMA.
Harold Vonderfecht appreciates all that public power has offered him over the years, especially after a June storm struck.
In-house testing builds safety relationship between employees testing the goods and those using them in the field.