OPPD and Rotella’s have a decades-long partnership that’s helped the family-owned company feed customers across the country.
Video recaps the storm of October 1997 and the work that has been done in response to the storm’s damage.
Affordable rates and service they can count on. Those were important factors in one company’s decision to call Omaha home.
One OPPD customer talks about how he experienced sticker shock – in a good way – when he opened his first electricity bill.
Harold Vonderfecht appreciates all that public power has offered him over the years, especially after a June storm struck.
OPPD volunteers put core value of caring for community on display by helping emergency responders get ready during drill.
OPPD Forestry provides “browse” – luscious limbs and leaves – to animals at Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium.
Watch incredible measures taken to restore the damage done to the power grid after tornadoes struck the area on June 16, 2017.
Friday’s storms affected 20 percent of OPPD’s customers. Personnel continue to work long hours to bring customers back online.
Unit 2 roars back to life with a new turbine rotor, new high-energy piping and an array of operational enhancements.