OPPD’s commitment to energy assistance has meant millions of dollars raised for the cause through various activities.
We’ve all seen substations, those big gray installations situated around the service territory. But how many does OPPD have?
OPPD’s transmission lines are designed to handle the extreme weather conditions common to the Midwest.
January is known for cold temperatures, but thankfully we don’t get this cold very often in Omaha.
The condition of these pieces of equipment is vital to the safety of OPPD employees who use them in the field.
WHAT IS IT? The total length of electric power lines in OPPD’s 13-county service territory.
OPPD employees cover a lot of territory – and do so safely.
48 million customers in the United States are served by public power utilities.
OPPD’s 26-acre arboretum is a popular spot for walkers (both canine and human), photographers and lovers of nature.
Turbines at the Sholes Wind Energy Center will power OPPD customers with renewable energy beginning in 2019.