OPPD’s commitment to its core values benefited local non-profit organizations on Public Power’s Day of Giving June 7.
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.
In-house testing builds safety relationship between employees testing the goods and those using them in the field.
Just as the faces of OPPD line crews have changed, so have their equipment and vehicles. These photos show line crews from the
Transportation department repairs and maintains all 1,283 pieces of the utility’s fleet so crews can respond quickly and safely.
An OPPD line crew, an inspector and others went to extraordinary measures to keep power flowing during historic flooding.
Medical professionals who tended to Kevin McCormick after he suffered a heart attack say his wife’s quick CPR action saved him.
The utility’s employees worked tirelessly to protect equipment and plants, even as floodwaters receded in the area.
As floodwaters rose, OPPD personnel worked hard to protect equipment and infrastructure – and provide power.