The equipment added to power lines stops them from falling victim to “galloping” during icy winter weather.
Moving a 1-million-pound substation transformer through Omaha overnight required precise planning and precision.
UNO award brings OPPD vice president back to where he started when he arrived in the U.S.
Utilities take a number of factors – and a wide range of date – into account when they set electricity rates for customers.
Blair native Jennifer Reyzlik, a chemist at Fort Calhoun Station, traded working homicides for handling test tubes at the plant.
What’s it take to become an OPPD line technician? Ten new hires are in the process of learning what the job entails.
OPPD – and the state’s – reputation for reliable electricity is good for customers and attractive to business.
OPPD’s final recovery efforts from the devastating June 2017 storm – two damaged transmission lines – will be finished in May.
Meet Randy Marks, a 12-year line technician who still loves the feeling of getting the lights on for OPPD customers.
Recent alert highlights hackers’ efforts to crack into energy sector, critical infrastructure.