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Unlike their metro counterparts, troubleshooters in OPPD’s rural areas cover hundreds of miles to meet customer needs.
Taking steps early in a tree’s life will make it stronger as it grows, and more resistant to damage from severe weather.
OPPD strives to give you as much information about an outage as is available at the time you report it. Find out what that information is in this infographic.
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.
OPPD forester Dave Walsh said goodbye to the facility he loves after 32 years with the utility and hundreds of trees planted.
With the discovery of the notorious emerald ash borer in Omaha, tree owners should consult a professional. OPPD is also surveying their territory to protect electrical infrastructure.
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?
Meet OPPD’s team of resource schedulers, who allocate crews and equipment to complete necessary jobs in a timely manner.
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