Weather and Energy News

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Retired OPPD line workers sharing expertise with next generation

A trio of OPPD retirees are helping educate today and tomorrow’s line workers at Metro Community College.

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Dangerous jobs do important work

A look at some of the jobs OPPD employees do to ensure reliable power.

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Cloudy with chance of knowledge

See what those clouds in the sky mean for the weather forecast and even what types of clouds they actually are.

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Make a disaster preparation kit in just minutes

It doesn’t take long to prepare your family for a disaster. We help you get started.

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5 steps to restoring your power

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.

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OPPD is wild about wildlife

See how OPPD and wildlife co-exist in the utility’s 5,000-square mile service territory.

County Affected Customers

Douglas
204
Sarpy
0
Washington
1
Saunders
1
Cass
0
Dodge
0
Nemaha
1
Johnson
0
Richardson
28
Otoe
0
Colfax
0
Pawnee
0
Burt
0
Pottawattamie
0

Total 235

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