2018 saw an increase in scammers stealing money from utility customers. Follow these tips so you don’t fall for their tricks.
OPPD will soon be offering a community solar program to its customers. But what is “community solar,” and how do you decide
By taking a few simple – and sometimes free – steps, you can reduce your winter energy usage and still stay comfortable.
OPPD foresters recommend taking steps now to protect trees from growing emerald ash borer threat in the area.
Transmission lines and distribution power lines have unique jobs within the electric system. Watch this video to learn more.
See how OPPD prepares for the damaging effects of ice and wind on power lines – and how wind alone can be just as dangerous.
More than 70 Fort Calhoun Station employees have found jobs elsewhere within OPPD, keeping skilled workers within the utility.
OPPD customer Syed Ali documented his trip to New Jersey in his electric car, snapping photos one charging station at a time.
Mo Doghman’s tenure at OPPD saw the most transmission projects in the utility’s history, among other career highlights.
Scammers don’t always hide behind a telephone. Sometimes they try to take advantage of customers by posing at utility employees.