Creative energy was put to use by a number of Nebraska high school and junior high students, and the reward was winning the
Monthly Archives: January 2011
Understanding electricity – how it is generated, delivered, and used – is a growing topic throughout Nebraska and the United States.
Following a public hearing and a 30-day public comment period, Nebraska Public Power District has determined final routes for both the north line and south line of its 115,000-volt South Sioux City Transmission Line Expansion project.
Today, the Nebraska Public Power District Board of Directors named John C. McClure interim president and chief executive officer.
The Nebraska Public Power District Board of Directors Thursday re-elected Larry Linstrom as its Board chairman for 2011. Also re-elected were Ron Larsen of Kearney as first vice-chairman, Gary Thompson of Beatrice as second vice-chairman, and Mary Harding of Lincoln as secretary.
McCook, Neb.– Parker Hannifin, one of the largest hose manufacturers in the world, recently completed a major lighting project at its plant in McCook, Neb. to improve its operations and save energy and money. The project involved replacing 602, 400-watt, … Continued
Do you have an old, aging refrigerator in your garage or basement and want a simple way to remove it? If so, Nebraska Public Power District has a proposal that can also save homeowners money.