The eight generating stations in OPPD’s system are the work horses of the district, pumping electricity into the grid for our
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The Henry Doorly Zoo & Aquarium, ranked among country’s top zoos, has reduced energy usage by 10% thanks to a holistic approach.
OPPD crews take an innovative approach to inspect the underground electric network downtown, which could prevent future outages.
OPPD’s Papillion Service Center has watched Sarpy County grow around it, providing reliable service to customers as it grew.
The signature Omaha event is powered by renewable energy from OPPD thanks to MECA’s purchase of renewable energy certificates.
Series of thermometers show how proper placement of trees boosts energy savings and preserves energy reliability.
Even as we use more renewable energy sources, OPPD keeps a steady supply of coal on hand to help meet our energy needs.
Equipment eliminates the amount of time wasted trying to find a fault in need of repair.
The area covered by the Omaha Public Power District.