Site Selection magazine recognized OPPD’s efforts, which continue to boost local economy, for second year in a row.
Data centers help drive the internet. More and more data centers are calling the Greater Omaha area home.
OPPD works to meet diverse needs of ‘niche neighborhoods’ in the Omaha metro.
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.
The outdoor regional shopping center that blended big-city offerings with small-town charm opened in 2007 in Sarpy County.
The expansion of Facebook’s data center will mean more jobs, more demand for renewable energy.
Affordable rates and service they can count on. Those were important factors in one company’s decision to call Omaha home.
Large projects with big impacts were hallmarks of OPPD’s luring new businesses to the area in 2017, a banner year for team.
OPPD CEO Tim Burke lays out plans for more wind and thanks other utilities for their help in the June storm restoration.