Transmission Projects

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For a list of current transmission reliability projects, please scroll down below.

OPPD’s electric system includes transmission lines (high voltages) and distribution lines (lower voltages) – both of which are vital components to serve our customers on a daily basis. Each type of line has its own characteristics and jobs. This video explains the difference between the types of power lines we use to deliver energy to our customers.

OPPD operates and maintains more than 1,300 miles of high-voltage transmission lines within our 13-county service territory. In order to ensure reliable delivery of electric services to our customer-owners, OPPD conducts periodic inspections, maintenance and repair of our power lines. Occasionally, maintenance work may include relocation, removal and/or modification of existing transmission lines. Periodic updates are also required per Southwest Power Pool (SPP), OPPD's regional transmission organization. OPPD takes great pride in meeting today’s energy needs, while planning and preparing for the future.

Transmission Reliability Projects

OPPD regularly works on a wide number of transmission projects; however, some major projects have a greater impact on our stakeholders. In these instances, details will be outlined and updated on OPPDCommunityConnect through the links below. Additional projects can be found on the Projects in your Neighborhood page.

Sarpy Southwest - learn more here

108th & Blondo to 123rd & Pacific - learn more here

Cass to Sarpy - learn more here

South 180th Street - learn more here

For a list of current transmission reliability projects, please scroll down below.

OPPD’s electric system includes transmission lines (high voltages) and distribution lines (lower voltages) – both of which are vital components to serve our customers on a daily basis. Each type of line has its own characteristics and jobs. This video explains the difference between the types of power lines we use to deliver energy to our customers.

OPPD operates and maintains more than 1,300 miles of high-voltage transmission lines within our 13-county service territory. In order to ensure reliable delivery of electric services to our customer-owners, OPPD conducts periodic inspections, maintenance and repair of our power lines. Occasionally, maintenance work may include relocation, removal and/or modification of existing transmission lines. Periodic updates are also required per Southwest Power Pool (SPP), OPPD's regional transmission organization. OPPD takes great pride in meeting today’s energy needs, while planning and preparing for the future.

Transmission Reliability Projects

OPPD regularly works on a wide number of transmission projects; however, some major projects have a greater impact on our stakeholders. In these instances, details will be outlined and updated on OPPDCommunityConnect through the links below. Additional projects can be found on the Projects in your Neighborhood page.

Sarpy Southwest - learn more here

108th & Blondo to 123rd & Pacific - learn more here

Cass to Sarpy - learn more here

South 180th Street - learn more here

Page last updated: 27 Sep 2023, 09:26 AM