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OPPD’s mission is to provide affordable, reliable and environmentally sensitive energy services to its customers.
Diverse Fuel Mix
OPPD's current fuel sources for generation are low-sulfur coal, wind, solar, landfill gas, natural gas and fuel oil and hydroelectric.
Learn more about OPPD's Energy Portfolio and the Integrated Resource Plan.
In 2022, OPPD served 36.4% of its retail sales from renewable energy.
Landfill Gas 0.40%
In 2021, OPPD contracted Platteview Solar, an 81 MW facility near Yutan, NE. The facility is planned to be online in 2023.
OPPD does extensive research to create its energy portfolio. Many considerations weigh into the current generation mix and future state.
As new technologies emerge and regulations evolve, the Energy Portfolio so too will change.
OPPD Quick Facts
OPPD's solar team is working to provide its customers with information and programs to meet the expectations for electric generation now and into the future.
Solar Power Information:
What is Community Solar?
What you should know before installing solar panels
Community VS. Rooftop Solar
Community Solar Program
OPPD is working to ensure EVs make a smooth integration onto its infrastructure and supports the EV market. The team considers the customer’s experience, impacts on electricity, the grid, and OPPD’s role as a public power provider.
Electric Vehicle Information: OPPD's Guide to Electric Vehicles
As your trusted energy provider, OPPD provides products and services aimed at improving energy efficiency and saving our customer-owners money. Visit our Products & Services pages to learn more.
Residential customers are offered rebates towards energy saving solutions. LEARN MORE
Business customers will find solutions to create, protect and monitor energy usage. LEARN MORE
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Watch the North Omaha Station Peregrine Falcon live cam. The camera was installed in Nov. 2019 and gives a birds eye view of the falcons.
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Watch the Fort Calhoun Station live cam. The camera was installed in Feb. 2022 and gives a birds eye view of the ospreys.