OPPD employees sacrifice time from families and home life every day. This video talks to the wives of one group of employees.
Mother Nature showed her ugly side on May 6, 1975, cutting a 10-mile path of destruction. This video takes a look back.
OPPD retiree Rich Settje provides hundreds of bikes to give kids in need a set of refurbished wheels and pride in ownership.
OPPD’s Forestry operations provide “browse” – luscious limbs and leaves – to animals at Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium.
OPPD has partnered with UNMC and Nebraska Medicine to cut energy use and increase efficiencies campus-wide with more to come.
OPPD’s Jones Street Station’s original location is now home for many Omahans after decades of powering the city’s growth.
Engineer used his doctoral thesis to solve a common utility construction problem. OPPD, its customers and motorists benefited.
OPPD and Rotella’s have a decades-long partnership that’s helped the family-owned company feed customers across the country.
The infamous October ‘97 snowstorm may have caught many off-guard, but it didn’t get the best of this public power utility.
One OPPD customer talks about how he experienced sticker shock – in a good way – when he opened his first electricity bill.