Energy news from Omaha Public Power District
OPPD’s sold out Community Solar program went live last month, a project that was two years in the making.
New technology may make energy storage options more cost-effective and accessible for utilities.
The utility’s Board of Directors approved pursuing proposals that would add both solar and natural gas generation to OPPD's portfolio.
OPPD President and CEO Tim Burke highlighted the utility’s proposal to build what would be the region’s largest utility-scale solar project.
The plan will maintain reliability and resiliency standards by adding solar and replacement modernized natural gas assets.
As utilities incorporate more renewable energy into their generation, battery storage has come to the forefront. Here’s the basics about the technology.
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