October is Public Power Month. Hear how the affordability of living in Nebraska factored in a young family’s move back to Omaha.
By simply including items around your home, you can have peace of mind that your family will be prepared for an emergency.
Baseball game teams special needs players with high school, minor league players.
This year’s United Way of the Midlands campaign kickoff included music from OPPD President and CEO Tim Burke’s band.
A thunderstorm earlier this week brought heavy rain and high winds to the area. Both meant challenging conditions for crews.
The Sholes Wind Energy Center in northeast Nebraska will be OPPD’s newest wind farm, providing 160MW of renewable energy.
OPPD retiree Rich Settje provides hundreds of bikes to give kids in need a set of refurbished wheels and pride in ownership.
The demand-side management program not only shaves load for OPPD, but pays participating customers in the process.
OPPD’s Forestry operations provide “browse” – luscious limbs and leaves – to animals at Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium.
About 50 OPPD employees have traveled the district for 40 years working on equipment ensuring reliability for customers.