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.
Faulted circuit indicators help OPPD’s line workers, troubleshooters get customers back online detecting faults in power lines.
By correctly positioning trees and shrubs on your property, you can increase the energy efficiency of your home.
They are a vital component of OPPD’s electrical system and play a key role in getting power from power plant to customer.
Many are hitting the water this summer in boats and jet skis. If you’re included, be careful you’re not bringing any unwelcome
OPPD installs arresters to protect equipment from lightning strikes and help prevent power outages.
Video shows one of the ways to protect your tree from the emerald ash borer which was discovered last year in Nebraska.