The big expansion of Facebook’s Nebraska presence will mean more jobs for the area and more demand for renewable energy.
The damage from the emerald ash borer can go beyond trees. Now is the time to treat ash trees before they are impacted.
Fort Calhoun Station’s spent nuclear fuel is stored in concrete structures built to withstand extreme weather, aircraft impact.
The five-year replacement plan will benefit OPPD’s streetlight contract customers and mean fewer outages for residents.
Blustery cold winds didn’t stop more than 700 participants from running, walking and raising money for energy assistance.
OPPD’s smart grid technology is in place and now ready to be tested in an area of northeast Omaha.
St. Margaret Mary fifth graders built a tower nearly 40 inches tall to win this year’s Marshmallow Challenge.
At the OPPD Arboretum, visitors enjoy trees, flowers and walking trails. They may even learn something about power lines.
Protecting employees in the field is focus of new legislation.
Large projects with big impacts were hallmarks of OPPD’s luring new businesses to the area in 2017, a banner year for team.