Energy news from Omaha Public Power District
An article from S&P Global said the increase in wind has meant lower reserve margins in 2019 but is not reason for concern.
As utilities incorporate more renewable energy into their generation, battery storage has come to the forefront. Here’s the basics about the technology.
Historic flooding delayed construction, but the solar array is on track for completion in the fall, ready to supply renewable energy to participating customers.
The amount of electricity coming from renewables reached 23% in April, influenced by many factors.
OPPD, together with Waste Management of Nebraska, Inc., has been converting landfill trash into reliable electricity since 2002.
Courtney Kennedy and her team evaluate and research alternative energy resources that make sense for OPPD customers.
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