In-house testing builds safety relationship between employees testing the goods and those using them in the field.
Just as the faces of OPPD line crews have changed, so have their equipment and vehicles. These photos show line crews from the
April 8 is Lineworker Appreciation Day in Nebraska. Take this quiz to see how well you know common terms used by lineworkers.
OPPD maintains nearly 250,000 wooden distribution poles – the power poles that bring power to customers’ homes.
An OPPD line crew, an inspector and others went to extraordinary measures to keep power flowing during historic flooding.
The group of 21 line technicians work in all kinds of weather, at all hours, to keep customers from being left in the dark.
We’ve all seen substations, those big gray installations situated around the service territory. But how many does OPPD have?
OPPD’s pole inspection program replaces worn poles, ensuring reliable power for customers and safety for line workers.
When OPPD decides where to place power lines, it considers many factors. OPPD engineer Matt Peterson explains.
OPPD’s transmission lines are designed to handle the extreme weather conditions common to the Midwest.