Energy news from Omaha Public Power District
Forecasters expect above average precipitation in February and March, but not enough to ease the area's drought conditions.
The Smart Energy Provider designation recognizes utilities for their efforts in areas including energy efficiency, renewable energy and sustainability.
Drones are a big help for OPPD’s field workers, engineers and communications department, with so many uses that the utility has a group of in-house pilots who serve the district.
OPPD's Greener Together Program is providing funding for a project that will add solar panels to Habitat for Humanity homes and another in which students will build and grow gardens.
OPPD and Douglas County are partnering to house a solar array on a shuttered landfill, with the help of grant funding from the Nebraska Environmental Trust.
The heaters are a quick way to warm up a space, but they pose plenty of hazards that you can avoid with proper safety practices.
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