Energy news from Omaha Public Power District
The appearance of those clouds in the sky can preview the weather forecast.
As the utility celebrates its anniversary, we take a look at how OPPD has grown and evolved over the years.
Crews can replace power poles in your back yard using a mini digger derrick. Unlike a 24-foot line truck, this compact machinery fits through a 36-inch gate.
Power restoration to individual customers involves tree trimming, safety and time-intensive work.
Outages occur for a number of reasons, including when furry friends interfere with equipment.
Before the first pole of a transmission line goes in the ground, OPPD teams have put in months of time preparing for a successful build.
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