Grandma may have found the recipe for her famous lime gelatin salad in an OPPD holiday cookbook, once a collectible giveaway.
Many utilities participate in mutual aid agreements, helping customers get their power back on when natural disasters strike.
Tim Stephan lives OPPD’s core value of honoring the community by providing Thanksgiving meals to Siena/Francis House residents.
The annual Careers in Energy event gives middle school and high school students insight into potential career paths in energy.
OPPD’s 26-acre arboretum is a popular spot for walkers (both canine and human), photographers and lovers of nature.
Tony Walde is on a mission to keep his son’s memory alive, while helping other families coping with cerebral palsy.
October is Public Power Month. Hear how the affordability of living in Nebraska factored in a young family’s move back to Omaha.
Baseball game teams special needs players with high school, minor league players.
This year’s United Way of the Midlands campaign kickoff included music from OPPD President and CEO Tim Burke’s band.
Areas of OPPD’s service territory are now illuminated by the new streetlight fixtures, with more to come in the future.