Courtney Kennedy and her team evaluate and research alternative energy resources that make sense for OPPD and its customers.
In the office or the ball field, Wyndle Young builds strong teams. His youth baseball team won a national championship in 2016.
Each day, for the last 41 days, OPPD shared a snapshot of the kind of work their employees perform around the clock.
Jan Barton issues materials for line crews and handles inventory for the Syracuse Center and other rural office locations.
Shane Hanson, a seven-year employee at OPPD, was recently honored as the utility’s 2018 Engineer of the Year.
Wellness specialist Stacey Centarri works to keep OPPD employees healthy – and lives the practices she promotes to others.
A chance internship at the local electric utility ended up giving OPPD’s Mark Pohl the career mix he sought.
Gary Wohlman, an OPPD utility line maintenance technician, sees the transmission system from the air, and helps keep it healthy.
Lessons learned at the family dinner table come in to play when Danny Begley puts customers first as a claims representative.
Gov. Ricketts recognized the utility for programs benefitting employee health. It is OPPD’s first time receiving the award.