Large projects with big impacts were hallmarks of OPPD’s luring new businesses to the area in 2017, a banner year for team.
Students from around metro area got a taste of careers at OPPD and other business during Omaha Chamber-sponsored event.
Harold Vonderfecht appreciates all that public power has offered him over the years, especially after a June storm struck.
Facebook’s decision to come to OPPD’s service territory and storms, both local and in the southeast, were big stories in 2017.
Communicators knew the utility’s Storm & Outage Center hadn’t been truly tested. That all changed with June 16, 2017, storm.
OPPD’s Power District quartet helped Omaha celebrate its 100th birthday in 1954 with songs in Turner Park.
For the second year in row, there will be no general rate increase for OPPD customers, part of a five year commitment.
Family connections and being an affordable place to raise their growing family lured young couple back to Omaha.
NuStyle Development teamed up with OPPD to turn the utility’s oldest generating station into upscale apartments.
OPPD and Rotella’s have a decades-long partnership that’s helped the family-owned company feed customers across the country.