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What will Nebraska Public Power District's future electric generation mix look like? Will coal-fired and nuclear power generation facilities remain NPPD's low-cost mainstay for generating elec...
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Student built robots to square off
Hastings, Neb. – Robots, not unlike like those in the 1950’s outer space movies, will be the feature attraction this Saturday for a unique competition at Central Community College’s Hastings Campus.
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A proposed 345,000-volt transmission line covering 260 miles, which will enhance reliability and relieve congestion on Nebraska Public Power District’s electrical grid system, is now a possibility. The Southwest Power Pool approved a 10-year Integrated Transmission Plan (ITP10) Tuesday, January 31, during a meeting of its Board of Directors in Austin, Texas, that includes two new transmission line segments.
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Columbus, Neb. – Today, Nebraska Public Power District’s Board of Directors approved a 6.5 percent average rate increase for both its wholesale and retail customers. The increase will take effect January 1, 2012.
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Always there when you need us
Nebraska Public Power District is Nebraska’s largest electric generating utility with a chartered territory including all or parts of 91 of the state’s 93 counties. It was formed on January 1, 1970, through the merger of the former Consumers Public Power District and Platte Valley Public Power and Irrigation District. The merger also included the assets of the Nebraska Public Power System.

A public corporation and political subdivision of the state, NPPD is governed by an 11-member Board of Directors popularly elected from NPPD’s chartered territory. The District’s revenue is primarily derived from wholesale power supply agreements with 52 towns and 25 public power districts and/or cooperatives that rely totally or partially on NPPD’s electrical system. NPPD also serves at retail 80 communities consisting of approximately 
89,000 customers. More than 5,100 miles of transmission lines make up the NPPD high-voltage, electrical grid system.

NPPD uses a mix of generating facilities to meet the needs of its customers. NPPD also purchases electric energy from the Western Area Power Administration and from Omaha Public Power District’s Nebraska City Unit 2  Power Plant.

Working in partnership with Nebraska’s public power districts, cooperatives and municipalities, NPPD helps serve more than an estimated 1 million Nebraskans with retail or wholesale electric power and energy-related services.
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Customer Care Center Nebraska Public Power District 1200 S Chestnut Street Norfolk, NE 68701