Nebraska Gov. Pete Ricketts called OPPD the ‘linchpin’ in the effort to bring the social media company to the Omaha metro area.
Pre-planning and vigilance from employees ensures the premiere college baseball event never goes dark in Omaha.
OPPD’s tree-trimming policy and practices ensure branches don’t interfere with power lines and other electrical equipment.
OPPD’s commitment to its core values benefited local non-profit organizations on Public Power’s Day of Giving June 7.
The week-long internship program shows educators the variety of OPPD careers they can then share with students.
Four years after it debuted, OPPD’s brand journalism website will feature a new look starting mid-June.
When a utility deals with the aftermath of a destructive storm, fellow utilities pitch in to help through mutual aid network.
Courtney Kennedy and her team evaluate and research alternative energy resources that make sense for OPPD and its customers.
OPPD troubleshooters use a variety of tools while on the job. Most of them strapped around their waists.
For 100 days, OPPD’s fossil generation units got a tune-up so they are ready for customers during the heat of summer.