Energy news from Omaha Public Power District
An osprey nest at Fort Calhoun Station will be fitted with a webcam much like the utility’s peregrine falcon cam.
With the final canister secured in recent days, all spent nuclear fuel is safely in dry storage.
From the Midwest to the Middle East, former OPPD employee Tony LaRose and his family are carving out a new life in Abu Dhabi.
More than 70 Fort Calhoun Station employees have found jobs elsewhere within OPPD, keeping skilled workers within the utility.
OPPD considering DECON method for Fort Calhoun Station, speeding up site's timetable and saving money.
Blair native Jennifer Reyzlik, a chemist at Fort Calhoun Station, traded working homicides for handling test tubes at the plant.
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