When severe storms cause major damage to its infrastructure, OPPD can seek partial reimbursement from FEMA.
What was that flicker many across the region felt on Jan. 15? A system dip.
Outage Management System helps OPPD manage outage reports and take info from customers to help track the scope of an outage.
By completing a few simple projects you can prepare your home for upcoming winter weather – and see energy savings as a result.
When there is a big move, with power lines in the path, OPPD’s high-line crew gets involved, ensuring electrical safety.
When an OPPD service truck rolls down the street, rest assured that the crew inside is working to keep your power on. Take an
The October ’97 snowstorm caused damage to an estimated nine out of 10 trees in Omaha. The unprecedented damage left many
Distribution poles are a necessary part of the energy delivery process, carrying power across the district to customers.
These specialized devices perform last check for residual radiation before materials leave Fort Calhoun Station’s Protected Area
Many utilities participate in mutual aid agreements, helping customers get their power back on when natural disasters strike.