Home Service employees were invaluable ambassadors of OPPD by teaching customers how to live better with electric appliances.
Lessons learned as a young girl in cooking classes remain in Silke’s memory.
Originally known as the Women’s Division, OPPD’s Energizers are one way for employees to give back to the community.
Advances in electric ovens help the national fast food chain provide uniform food quality to its customers.
The project was done in conjunction with larger construction for new peaking units in the 1970s.
The driven young man, featured in a 1923 employee magazine, had some specific opinions about how to be successful at sales.
In response to a typhoid outbreak in Omaha in 1923, the power company turned their power plants into water distilleries.
A big innovation for fast-food giant McDonald’s was highlighted in the January-February, 1968 edition of OPPD’s Ideas magazine.
In 2009, Omaha Public Power District brought Unit 2 online at their Nebraska City Station coal-fired generation plant.
Last year, OPPD’s service area was hit with one of the most devastating storms in the utility’s history in terms of damage.