The majority of electricity providers in the United States are actually public power utilities.
The in-lieu-of-tax payments fund services and improvements in cities and counties in OPPD’s service territory.
The cost of a day’s worth of electricity in Nebraska costs less than the average fast-food meal.
OPPD maintains nearly 250,000 wooden distribution poles – the power poles that bring power to customers’ homes.
Long before EVs were cool, OPPD’s predecessor purchased an electric-powered truck for it’s underground department.
OPPD’s economic development team works to bring new business to the area, as well as expand existing ones.
OPPD’s commitment to energy assistance has meant millions of dollars raised for the cause through various activities.
We’ve all seen substations, those big gray installations situated around the service territory. But how many does OPPD have?
OPPD’s transmission lines are designed to handle the extreme weather conditions common to the Midwest.
January is known for cold temperatures, but thankfully we don’t get this cold very often in Omaha.