OPPD’s 26-acre arboretum is a popular spot for walkers (both canine and human), photographers and lovers of nature.
We answer questions about electric vehicles and their impact on the environment, your bottom line.
OPPD’s lead environmental auditor has found ways to spread her love of biology and the outdoors around the service territory.
Think hardiness and color when selecting your tree, and you will get years of shade and beautiful fall color in return.
OPPD properties coexist with a diverse mix of wildlife.
The Sholes Wind Energy Center in northeast Nebraska will be OPPD’s newest wind farm, providing 160MW of renewable energy.
WHAT IS IT? The number of pollinator seed plugs planted in May at the OPPD Arboretum. The plugs, which consist of native grasses
A few simple steps can reduce the spread of the invasive zebra mussel in area waterways.
The decline in carbon dioxide emissions has been attributed to an increase in generation from renewables.
A rigorous testing schedule ensures compliance and results at OPPD’s Nebraska City Station generation facility.