OPPD employees cover a lot of territory – and do so safely.
By adding a few standard items to your car’s trunk, you’ll be ready for anything winter driving can through at you this season.
The holiday is known for its food. Don’t let it gobble up energy, leaving you with a November bill you’re not thankful for.
Turbines for the new Sholes Wind Energy Center, giving OPPD 160 MW of energy, begin to dot the fields around Wayne, Neb.
OPPD’s Economic Development team works with businesses to locate in the utility’s service territory.
The Oct. 14 snow exceeded the one-inch forecast. When combined with leafy limbs, it led to one of OPPD’s 10 largest outages.
Originally known as the Women’s Division, OPPD’s Energizers are one way for employees to give back to the community.
OPPD’s 26-acre arboretum is a popular spot for walkers (both canine and human), photographers and lovers of nature.
Refresh your children – and yourself – on safety tips for the holiday, plus a DIY lineman costume too cute to resist.
Use this information so you can be prepared if you lose power during a power outage. The first step? Report your outage.