Energy news from Omaha Public Power District
OPPD’s sold out Community Solar program went live last month, a project that was two years in the making.
The utility is using lessons learned from 2019 flooding to identify potential impacts to operations and property in the Missouri River basin.
The work they do is big in scale and is done over weeks. Here, they replace a structure near Nebraska City while the cold November wind howls.
For several years, a pair of peregrine falcons have called the North Omaha power plant home. Now customers can see nature in action live online.
For the third year, OPPD is providing more than 2,000 feet of lights for the museum's Christmas tree, part of the annual Christmas at Union Station event.
OPPD is working with Gavilon Grain to ensure farmers can still ship their grains to markets outside the Midwest.
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