Energy news from Omaha Public Power District

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Falcon box activity ramping up for spring

While humans deal with challenging times, for the resident falcons at North Omaha Station it's life as usual, with the possibility of new chicks on the way.

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Staying home doesn’t have to mean higher bills

Families are sticking close to home amid the COVID-19 situation. But working and learning from home doesn't have to mean higher energy bills. Follow these tips to lessen the impact.

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St. Margaret Mary reigns as Marshmallow Challenge champ

OPPD engineers challenged area 5th graders with a tall order, and they responded.

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OPPD employees conquer Trek up the Tower

Ryan Long placed second overall and Michelle Homme tested her new knee at the annual event, setting and achieving their own goals.

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Voluntary emissions limit focuses on the future

With the new approved permit requirements, Nebraska City Station units 1 and 2 will see a reduction in potential emissions.

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Event keeps count of bird species, habits over time

Any bird or nature enthusiast can join the Great Backyard Bird Count, which begins Feb. 14. OPPD’s arboretum is a great place to find them.

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