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.
New partners have joined OPPD in its efforts to help restore habitat for monarch butterflies on utility properties.
Site Selection magazine recently honored the Omaha metro a fourth time for its economic development efforts in 2018.
Shane Hanson, a seven-year employee at OPPD, was recently honored as the utility’s 2018 Engineer of the Year.
The group of 21 line technicians work in all kinds of weather, at all hours, to keep customers from being left in the dark.
If you have to go outside when wind chills turn dangerous, make sure you dress as warmly as possible with multiple layers.
We’ve all seen substations, those big gray installations situated around the service territory. But how many does OPPD have?
OPPD is required to serve all customers, no matter what language they speak. Here’s how they do it.