The OPPD employee couldn’t remember taking a sick day during her career. Then she received a call that changed everything.
Unlike metro counterparts, troubleshooters in OPPD’s rural areas cover hundreds of miles a day to meet customer needs.
OPPD environmental administrator Patrick Finigan is at home in the outdoors, whether working for the utility or greater good.
OPPD forester Dave Walsh said goodbye to the facility he loves after 32 years with the utility and hundreds of trees planted.
Besides helping some of OPPD’s largest customers, Maurice Kimsey works to better the lives of others by mentoring children.
OPPD employee was honored with the Young Engineer of the Year award from the Nebraska Society of Professional Engineers.
Scott Focht sees job in Business Strategy & Deployment at OPPD as more a facilitator of ideas than “answer man.”
The manager of Distribution Services oversees a varied group of services, from metering to new-home service.
Meet a few of the more than 300 engineers who work at OPPD, using a variety of disciplines, to bring you power every day.
Jackie Jensen wanted to honor the ultimate sacrifice of fallen OPPD workers, so she initiated the utility’s Day of Remembrance.