Transmission Line Projects

More than 5,200 miles of transmission lines make up the NPPD electrical grid system, which delivers power to about 600,000 Nebraskans. NPPD’s electric grid is an essential link to ensuring reliability of service for our customers. An NPPD Transmission Project does one or more of the following….

  • Supports economic development and increased system demand for electricity
  • Produces a vital link between generation and load
  • Builds access to regional or national wholesale energy markets
  • Strengthens reliability through investments in new and existing infrastructure

 

STEGALL to SCOTTSBLUFF
115,000-volt
23 miles (approximately)
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HOSKINS to NELIGH
345,000-volt
39 miles (approximately)
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R-PROJECT
345,000-volt
220 miles (approximately)
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KEYSTONE XL PIPELINE TRANSMISSION PROJECT
Three 115,000-volt Line Segments

Pump Station 22 — 3 miles (approximately)
Near Emmett
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Pump Station 23 — 3 miles (approximately)
Near Neligh
Project has not begun.
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Pump Station 24 — 15-16 miles (approximately)
Near Clarks to Fullerton
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