OPPD’s Power Forward solutions reduce peak demand across the district and bring added benefits to participating customers.
The destructive June 16 storm left miles of damaged distribution and transmission poles in its wake.
How much electricity it takes to power the NCAA Men’s College World Series in Omaha, and cook its hot dogs and cool its sodas.
New steam generators were shipped to Fort Calhoun Station from Japan during what was known as “The Big Outage.”
Coal plays an important role in OPPD’s diverse fuel portfolio, all of which arrives via the rail system.
The wind farms within the SPP produced more than four times the electricity than what OPPD customers required in 2016.
OPPD has once again been honored for proper tree planting and care by the Arbor Day Foundation.
OPPD maintains the street lights in the service territory, more than half of which are in Omaha.
The Midwest Transmission Project has made a positive impact to the communities surrounding it.
For four decades, OPPD’s Fort Calhoun Station helped power Omaha and beyond.