International Lineman’s Rodeo offered lots of action as journeyman, apprentice linemen competed against best in their craft.
Originally known as the Women’s Division, OPPD’s Energizers are one way for employees to give back to the community.
Matt Eibes often looks for answers and tackles problems head-on. The engineer was recently given OPPD’s highest internal award.
Tony Walde is on a mission to keep his son’s memory alive, while helping other families coping with cerebral palsy.
John Staup likes to incorporate his coaching instincts to find the best people for positions at OPPD.
OPPD considering DECON method for Fort Calhoun Station, speeding up site’s timetable and saving money.
Baseball game teams special needs players with high school, minor league players.
OPPD’s lead environmental auditor has found ways to spread her love of biology and the outdoors around the service territory.
A look at some of the jobs OPPD employees do to ensure reliable power.
Quick thinking, problem-solving are key for employees in Substation Protection and Automation while troubleshooting an issue.