As floodwaters rose, OPPD personnel worked hard to protect equipment and infrastructure – and provide power.
The utility’s employees work tirelessly to protect equipment and plants, even as floodwaters recede in the area.
Your electricity usage is measured by kilowatt-hour, but do you know what that term means? Any appliance or lightbulb you
OPPD’s economic development team works to bring new business to the area, as well as expand existing ones.
Regional transmission organization saw 30 percent increase in wind generation last year.
Public power utilities contribute a greater percentage of their operating revenue to communities than investor-owned utilities.
The colder months are when some of the pruning and maintenance of plantings at the popular location take place.
The majority of OPPD’s senior management team is women, something that sets the utility apart from other Omaha companies.
OPPD’s commitment to energy assistance has meant millions of dollars raised for the cause through various activities.