WHAT IS IT? A rough estimate of the rural portion of OPPD’s 5,000-square-mile service area, which includes all or part of 13
In 1954, a second generating unit at North Omaha Station was just a gleam in an engineer’s eye. Unit 2 went online in ’57.
What was that flicker many across the region felt on Jan. 15? A system dip.
No two days are alike for System Operations Specialist Mandi Scott, and she likes it that way. Scott monitors the OMS.
The storm of October 1997 was a significant event in OPPD’s history. An entire issue of Flash was devoted to the storm.
Distribution poles are a necessary part of the energy delivery process, carrying power across the district to customers.
OPPD installs arresters to protect equipment from lightning strikes and help prevent power outages.
Unit 2 roars back to life with a new turbine rotor, new high-energy piping and an array of operational enhancements.
These wires – strung above many power lines – help protect the lines from lightning strikes, and potential surges.
Personnel removed the reactor vessel head and all nuclear fuel assemblies from the plant.