The majority of OPPD’s senior management team is women, something that sets the utility apart from other Omaha companies.
APPA President and CEO Sue Kelly discusses changing energy industry and issues that will impact utilities in the coming year.
The group of 21 line technicians work in all kinds of weather, at all hours, to keep customers from being left in the dark.
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.
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.
48 million customers in the United States are served by public power utilities.