Compared to today’s smartphones, the computer was limited in memory.
The pilot program, which includes purchase rebates, will give OPPD data on the impact of charging on its distribution system.
OPPD’s smart grid technology is in place and now ready to be tested in an area of northeast Omaha.
OPPD has continued to sell its fly ash and keep a valuable revenue stream flowing, even after new regulations.
Thermostat program helps customers control their energy usage while helping OPPD shave load on the hottest days of the year.
Students in Creighton’s Energy Technology Program install second solar-powered mobile device-charging station on the campus.
Faulted circuit indicators help OPPD’s line workers, troubleshooters get customers back online detecting faults in power lines.
OPPD’s Power Forward solutions reduce peak demand across the district and bring added benefits to participating customers.
Implementing the equipment in conducting aerial transmission line inspections will improve safety and bolster reliability.
After years of planning, the first phase of the smart grid project will launch soon, helping to reroute power during outages.