OPPD and Rotella’s have a decades-long partnership that’s helped the family-owned company feed customers across the country.
OPPD employees get insight into the past, present and future of the company during an event celebrating Public Power Month.
Environmental testing has been going on at FCS since before the plant opened and will continue for years to ensure safety.
Affordable rates and service they can count on. Those were important factors in one company’s decision to call Omaha home.
One OPPD customer talks about how he experienced sticker shock – in a good way – when he opened his first electricity bill.
OPPD helps Offutt Air Force Base in Bellevue by providing reliable energy and efficiency solutions for the critical operation.
Harold Vonderfecht appreciates all that public power has offered him over the years, especially after a June storm struck.
The SPP membership of OPPD and other Nebraska utilities has allowed them to benefit from the diverse and wide-ranging RTO.
The committee hearing was education, information session on the industry.
Many utilities participate in mutual aid agreements, helping customers get their power back on when natural disasters strike.