Program will replace 20,000 fixtures with more efficient LED fixtures each year over the next five years, including major roads.
OPPD worked with Children’s Hospital & Medical Center to ensure minimal disruptions as the facility built an expansion.
October is Public Power Month. Hear how the affordability of living in Nebraska factored in a young family’s move back to Omaha.
The project, set to be completed next year, will include nearly 1,500 solar panels on the roofs of three UNMC campus buildings.
Areas of OPPD’s service territory are now illuminated by the new streetlight fixtures, with more to come in the future.
One of OPPD’s newer substations got a major upgrade and facelift to accommodate the coming Facebook data center.
A global biotech company aims to revolutionize aquaculture industry with innovative approach to producing Omega-3 fatty acids.
OPPD’s Forestry operations provide “browse” – luscious limbs and leaves – to animals at Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium.
This system is used when customers have on-site generation at their homes, which can offset their electricity usage from OPPD.
The expansion of Facebook’s data center will mean more jobs, more demand for renewable energy.