Many utilities participate in mutual aid agreements, helping customers get their power back on when natural disasters strike.
Land Management represents OPPD in right-of-way and real estate matters across the service territory.
The nationwide event was held at the utility’s Elkhorn Center and featured hundreds of lineworkers from across the country.
OPPD product specialist Ray Herek works with community groups to help others stay warm and safe this winter.
Tim Stephan lives OPPD’s core value of honoring the community by providing Thanksgiving meals to Siena/Francis House residents.
OPPD worked with Children’s Hospital & Medical Center to ensure minimal disruptions as the facility built an expansion.
Turbines for the new Sholes Wind Energy Center, giving OPPD 160 MW of energy, begin to dot the fields around Wayne, Neb.
WHAT IS IT? In America today, 2,000 public power utilities provide reliable, low-cost power to 48 million people –
OPPD, LES and NPPD lay out their renewable efforts and what may be coming for the state.
October is Public Power Month. Hear how the affordability of living in Nebraska factored in a young family’s move back to Omaha.