Each day, for the last 41 days, OPPD shared a snapshot of the kind of work their employees perform around the clock.
Flooding, especially along the Missouri River, is still a possibility as rains are expected over the next few weeks.
The regional transmission organization to which OPPD belongs touts savings of more than $2.7 billion to its members.
After a successful pilot year, OPPD will offer a new round of rebates to customers beginning in May.
OPPD maintains nearly 250,000 wooden distribution poles – the power poles that bring power to customers’ homes.
An OPPD line crew, an inspector and others went to extraordinary measures to keep power flowing during historic flooding.
March 25-29 is Severe Weather Awareness Week. Brush up on your severe weather safety with these tips.
Long before EVs were cool, OPPD’s predecessor purchased an electric-powered truck for it’s underground department.
As floodwaters rose in area rivers, personnel from across the utility went into action to ensure customers didn’t lose power.
Jan Barton issues materials for line crews and handles inventory for the Syracuse Center and other rural office locations.