Energy news from Omaha Public Power District
OPPD foresters offer their guidance and demonstrate how to successfully plant a tree.
OPPD doesn’t get alerts when streetlights go out, so the utility needs the public’s help to keep neighborhoods lit.
Whether a bird is safe sitting on a power line comes down to how they are perched there.
When strong storms strike, customers often wonder why OPPD doesn’t bury all its power lines. A team is doing an extensive analysis of the issue.
The tool provides businesses with the low-cost evidence of the utility’s public power advantage.
Power restoration to individual customers involves tree trimming, safety and time-intensive work.
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