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Storm cleanup responsibilities are split between OPPD and property owners. This primer tells you what you need to worry about after a storm rolls through.
Learn how to reset your breakers and restore power to a circuit in your home after a breaker has tripped.
As this busy time of year gets into full swing, it’s a good time to remember safety around power lines when driving equipment.
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.
Drivers should treat an intersection with a traffic light outage as a four-way stop.
When the lights go out, so do they. Line workers leave the comforts of their homes and families to deal with storms, outages.
Public power helped electrify rural Nebraska, and the model continues to provide affordable, reliable service to all today.
When thinking about planting trees to better your home’s energy efficiency, there are some guidelines to follow.
A trio of OPPD retirees are helping educate today and tomorrow’s line workers at Metro Community College.
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