Matt Eibes often looks for answers and tackles problems head-on. The engineer was recently given OPPD’s highest internal award.
John Staup likes to incorporate his coaching instincts to find the best people for positions at OPPD.
OPPD’s lead environmental auditor has found ways to spread her love of biology and the outdoors around the service territory.
This year’s United Way of the Midlands campaign kickoff included music from OPPD President and CEO Tim Burke’s band.
No hang ups here. OPPD crews are trained in rope rescues in case they are ever called on to save a fellow employee’s life.
John Riggleman’s nearly 30 years with OPPD have taken him all around the district, as well as around the area’s race tracks.
Matt Hardebeck, manager of innovation at OPPD, is excited to help the utility work to adapt to a changing industry.
System operations specialist is eyes and ears on the system for crews in the field, and is keen to give customers good service.
OPPD’s utility foresters keep trees located near power lines from disrupting service to customers. Here’s how the process works.
The team determines how and when OPPD’s resources are deployed, including crews, and dispatches them accordingly.