The majority of OPPD’s senior management team is women, something that sets the utility apart from other Omaha companies.
The turbine technician helps beautify her hometown of Nebraska City. The city recently awarded her for her efforts.
The group of 21 line technicians work in all kinds of weather, at all hours, to keep customers from being left in the dark.
Employees from all around the district pitched in for the different aspects of the downtown restoration effort.
OPPD’s pole inspection program replaces worn poles, ensuring reliable power for customers and safety for line workers.
The manager of Governmental & Community Relations relies on strong relationships with lawmakers to do what’s best for customers.
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.
The nondescript building maintains a delicate balance of temperature to release coal from the rail cars arriving at the plant.
More than 70 Fort Calhoun Station employees have found jobs elsewhere within OPPD, keeping skilled workers within the utility.