Energy news from Omaha Public Power District
An article from S&P Global said the increase in wind has meant lower reserve margins in 2019 but is not reason for concern.
The Midwest is still feeling the effects of a brutal winter, and a soaked spring. Can this extreme weather help protect trees from emerald ash borer? Experts weigh in.
The state's lawmakers are comparing public power with Maine's current investor-owned providers.
Determining the location of a wind farm relies on science and personal relationships before the first turbine is ever erected.
Site Selection magazine recognized OPPD's efforts, which continue to boost local economy, for second year in a row.
OPPD - and the state's - reputation for reliable electricity is good for customers and attractive to business.
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