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See how OPPD prepares for the damaging effects of snow and ice on transmission and distribution lines – and how wind alone can be just as dangerous.
Rural crews must cover much more ground in treacherous conditions. But the job also has its perks.
An OPPD troubleshooter recently responded to a downed power line scene in which some witnesses unknowingly put themselves at serious risk. Would you know what to do if you came across situation?
Thunderstorms, flooding, fire. Those things were all factors in a recent storm drill that put OPPD personnel to the test.
It doesn’t take long to prepare your family for a disaster. We help you get started.
When the lights go out, OPPD crews work hard to reconnect downed power lines. But homeowners are required to hire private electricians to repair any damage to your home. Here’s how to sort it all out.
Include these items in your car’s emergency kit as you head out on the roads this winter. With this kit in your vehicle, you’ll be prepared for winter’s driving surprises.
When a winter storm causes power outages, our crews head out into the harsh elements. While they aim to restore power as quickly as possible, their top priority is working safely.
These storms packed a punch. Take a look at the 10 worst storms OPPD has seen to date, in terms of power outages. Which storms do you think made the list?
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