Many utilities participate in mutual aid agreements, helping customers get their power back on when natural disasters strike.
Land Management represents OPPD in right-of-way and real estate matters across the service territory.
Sometimes electricity may be out in just one section of your home. When this happens, it’s a good idea to check your breakers.
The holiday is known for its food. Don’t let it gobble up energy, leaving you with a November bill you’re not thankful for.
OPPD’s Economic Development team works with businesses to locate in the utility’s service territory.
Use this information so you can be prepared if you lose power during a power outage. The first step? Report your outage.
Data centers help drive the internet. More and more data centers are calling the Greater Omaha area home.
The agreements allow utilities, facility developers to work together to purchase generation from facilities such as wind farms.
Wind turbines are like big fans, but how do they generate electricity to power your home? This infographic shows you how.
A few simple steps can reduce the spread of the invasive zebra mussel in area waterways.