The Oct. 14 snow exceeded the one-inch forecast. When combined with leafy limbs, it led to one of OPPD’s 10 largest outages.
Use this information so you can be prepared if you lose power during a power outage. The first step? Report your outage.
A thunderstorm earlier this week brought heavy rain and high winds to the area. Both meant challenging conditions for crews.
Check out the common reasons for outages.
OPPD’s utility foresters keep trees located near power lines from disrupting service to customers. Here’s how the process works.
At the time, the complicated task of managing power flow was handled using a blackboard and log books instead of computers.
OPPD – and the state’s – reputation for reliable electricity is good for customers and attractive to business.
There are steps customers can to minimize outage impacts if one should occur, including how to report the outage to OPPD.
Outage Management System helps OPPD manage outage reports and take info from customers to help track the scope of an outage.
This infographic looks at the 10 biggest storms based on power outages. The most destructive ones may surprise you.