The nondescript building maintains a delicate balance of temperature to release coal from the rail cars arriving at the plant.
The agreements allow utilities, facility developers to work together to purchase generation from facilities such as wind farms.
These facilities help supplement the generation units of utilities when demand is at its highest.
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.
One of the hottest Mays on record meant a record amount of usage for OPPD’s peaking units.
In 2009, Omaha Public Power District brought Unit 2 online at their Nebraska City Station coal-fired generation plant.
A rigorous testing schedule ensures compliance and results at OPPD’s Nebraska City Station generation facility.
OPPD awards contract, identifies location as community solar project moves step closer to realization.
Nearly 60 years ago, construction was underway on Unit 2 at OPPD’s North Omaha Station generation plant. The plant was