Each year, OPPD’s Young Proffesionals Group awards one member who has made a difference in the company and stood out.
This year, the Christmas tree at The Durham Museum is lit up with LED lights – a safer, more efficient option than year’s past.
OPPD’s Jones Street Station’s original location is now home for many Omahans after decades of powering the city’s growth.
Thermostat program helps customers control their energy usage while helping OPPD shave load on the hottest days of the year.
Get tips for fixing broken holiday lights and learn a simple storage solution so you can skip untangling for good.
An engineer applied his doctoral thesis to solve a common utility construction problem. OPPD, customers and motorist benefitted.
Students in Creighton’s Energy Technology Program install second solar-powered mobile device-charging station on the campus.
OPPD CEO Tim Burke lays out plans for more wind and thanks other utilities for their help in the June storm restoration.
WHAT IS IT? The total number of wooden distribution poles across OPPD’s 5,000-square-mile service area. These poles are
Weather experts are forecasting La Nina conditions for our area, which could mean a colder, longer winter season.