No hang ups here. OPPD crews are trained in rope rescues in case they are ever called on to save a fellow employee’s life.
These facilities help supplement the generation units of utilities when demand is at its highest.
OPPD properties coexist with the diverse mix of wildlife that can be found around the utility’s 5,000-square mile territory.
Employees in OPPD’s metering services area mark 10 years without a safety incident, despite the potential dangers of their work.
August is Women Equality Month. Meet Betty Queen, the first woman in Omaha to hold two different grades of engineering licenses.
John Riggleman’s nearly 30 years with OPPD have taken him all around the district, as well as around the area’s race tracks.
WHAT IS IT? The number of pollinator seed plugs planted in May at the OPPD Arboretum. The plugs, which consist of native grasses
One of OPPD’s newer substations got a major upgrade and facelift to accommodate the coming Facebook data center.
Matt Hardebeck, manager of innovation at OPPD, is excited to help the utility work to adapt to a changing industry.
A global biotech company aims to revolutionize aquaculture industry with innovative approach to producing Omega-3 fatty acids.