For 100 days, OPPD’s fossil generation units got a tune-up so they are ready for customers during the heat of summer.
Learn how capacity and usage work within OPPD’s generation portfolio, and the role of natural gas in how they meet those needs.
The process of building a wind farm takes years of research and relationship building before the first turbine ever goes up.
As floodwaters rose in area rivers, personnel from across the utility went into action to ensure customers didn’t lose power.
The nondescript building maintains a delicate balance of temperature to release coal from the rail cars arriving at the plant.
Turbines for the new Sholes Wind Energy Center, giving OPPD 160 MW of energy, begin to dot the fields around Wayne, Neb.
These facilities help supplement the generation units of utilities when demand is at its highest.
The Sholes Wind Energy Center in northeast Nebraska will be OPPD’s newest wind farm, providing 160MW of renewable energy.
One of the hottest Mays on record meant a record amount of usage for OPPD’s peaking units.
OPPD’s Ryan Gerdts helped lead the charge at Nebraska City Station to become leaner and more efficient and enjoys the teamwork.