Energy news from Omaha Public Power District
Power generation operators learn their craft by taking a custom Southeast Community College curriculum.
Historic flooding delayed construction, but the solar array is on track for completion in the fall, ready to supply renewable energy to participating customers.
The amount of electricity coming from renewables reached 23% in April, influenced by many factors.
OPPD, together with Waste Management of Nebraska, Inc., has been converting landfill trash into reliable electricity since 2002.
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.
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