The majority of OPPD’s senior management team is women, something that sets the utility apart from other Omaha companies.
APPA President and CEO Sue Kelly discusses changing energy industry and issues that will impact utilities in the coming year.
We’ve all seen substations, those big gray installations situated around the service territory. But how many does OPPD have?
Study says building enough transmission to connect renewables across the U.S. grid would be costly, but worth it.
Protecting employees in the field is focus of new legislation.
They may not be Picasso or van Gogh, but OPPD cable splicers are artists in their own right.
OPPD brought program to Omaha designed to attract and develop local, diverse talent where students are shaped for careers.
Students learned what it takes to make a career in the energy industry at the annual event hosted by OPPD on Oct. 18 and 19.
The Southwest Power Pool, of which OPPD is a member, covers a large part of the middle of the U.S., serving 17.5 million people.
The SPP membership of OPPD and other Nebraska utilities has allowed them to benefit from the diverse and wide-ranging RTO.