The project, set to be completed next year, will include nearly 1,500 solar panels on the roofs of three UNMC campus buildings.
OPPD considering DECON method for Fort Calhoun Station, speeding up site’s timetable and saving money.
A few simple steps can reduce the spread of the invasive zebra mussel in area waterways.
OPPD’s utility foresters keep trees located near power lines from disrupting service to customers. Here’s how the process works.
OPPD awards contract, identifies location as community solar project moves step closer to realization.
Planting a variety of trees can guard against threats like the emerald ash borer.
Moving a 1-million-pound substation transformer through Omaha overnight required precise planning and precision.
The pilot program, which includes purchase rebates, will give OPPD data on the impact of charging on its distribution system.
WHAT IS IT? The number of ash trees located within proximity of power lines within OPPD’s service territory. Utility foresters
The spread of emerald ash borer is inevitable, but homeowners can take steps now to protect their trees and nearby property.