In 2012, the Omaha Public Power District signed a 20-year contract with Exelon Corp. to manage day-to-day operations at the Fort Calhoun Nuclear Station north of Omaha.
Since then, OPPD has paid the firm at least , typically around $2 million a month, on a contract worth an estimated $400 million (plus expenses and incentive payments).
Citing confidentiality agreements, OPPD has declined to release a copy of the contract or detail how the money is spent, though district officials say having Exelon manage the plant will save ratepayers money in the long run.
OPPD does, however, release monthly invoices with specific expenses redacted. Those are now available here.