Energy news from Omaha Public Power District
The recent legislative bill expands access to federal funding for those struggling to make ends meet.
The utility will use the application to directly reach customers about specific issues and projects in their neighborhood.
Revamped Energy Efficiency Assistance Program helps homeowners improve their homes efficiency and is now available to qualifying customers.
More customers are exploring ways to power their homes and save on utility bills, and OPPD wants to help.
The Douglas County board set aside an additional $1 million to help OPPD customers affected by the pandemic with their bills.
Recent prolonged, frigid temperatures in the region are adding to the demand for energy. Small steps could help reduce OPPD's load.
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