For 100 days, OPPD’s fossil generation units got a tune-up so they are ready for customers during the heat of summer.
Unit 2 roars back to life with a new turbine rotor, new high-energy piping and an array of operational enhancements.
Each day, for the last 41 days, OPPD shared a snapshot of the kind of work their employees perform around the clock.
As floodwaters rose in area rivers, personnel from across the utility went into action to ensure customers didn’t lose power.
Ed Guthrie survived the Pearl Harbor attack, witnessed two atomic bomb tests, and carried his roller skates around the world.
OPPD’s Forestry operations provide “browse” – luscious limbs and leaves – to animals at Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium.
As a Design Engineering supervisor, Carol Waszak knows Fort Calhoun Station’s decommissioning is all about the details.
OPPD helps Offutt Air Force Base in Bellevue by providing reliable energy and efficiency solutions for the critical operation.
They are a vital component of OPPD’s electrical system and play a key role in getting power from power plant to customer.
The investment recovery process ensures OPPD utilizes in the most cost-effective way, saving the utility money.