Last year, OPPD’s service area was hit with one of the most devastating storms in the utility’s history in terms of damage.
WHAT IS IT? The weight of the average work belt worn by OPPD’s troubleshooters. Troubleshooters roam OPPD’s coverage area and
The auto transformer made a memorable move from rural OPPD location to its new metro home, where it will serve customers.
About 50 OPPD employees have traveled the district for 40 years working on equipment ensuring reliability for customers.
Development and growth are driving the need for wider roads in parts of the metro, which involves relocating OPPD equipment.
The team determines how and when OPPD’s resources are deployed, including crews, and dispatches them accordingly.
Living and working safely is part of OPPD’s culture from office meetings to the field.
OPPD honored the 18 employees who have died in the line of duty during the annual Day of Remembrance.
We spent a day with electrical service designer Mark Krepela, covering many miles and all kinds of customer needs.
Moving a 1-million-pound substation transformer through Omaha overnight required precise planning and precision.