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The Norfolk-Stanton North Project is an approximate seven-to-nine-mile, 115 kV transmission line to provide a necessary path between a substation east of the City of Norfolk and a substation northwest of the City of Stanton. The new line will increase the system’s transmission capacity to meet increasing demand and further enhance reliability and resiliency in the Stanton, Cuming, and Burt County areas.Learn More About the Norfolk to Stanton North Project
Advanced small modular reactors are a new type of nuclear reactor being designed. We are beginning the process of studying sites that could have the potential to host advanced small modular nuclear reactors.Learn More About the Small Modular Reactors Project
The Scottsbluff Power Project is an approximate seven to ten-mile, 115 kV transmission line to provide a necessary second path between the city’s two load delivery substations. The new line will increase the transmission system capacity to meet electrical demand, reduce congestion, and further enhance the reliability and resiliency of the Scottsbluff and western Nebraska areas.Learn More About the Scottsbluff Power Project
The Kearney Power Project is an approximately six to nine-mile, 115 kV transmission line to provide a necessary path between two substations serving the city and surrounding area. The new line will increase the system’s transmission system capacity to meet increasing demand and further enhance reliability and resiliency in the Kearney area.Learn More About the Kearney Power Project
Our electric grid is an essential link to reliable delivery of electricity when you need it. To ensure greater reliability, we plan to construct a 345,000-volt transmission line from Gerald Gentleman Station near Sutherland to an existing substation east of Thedford, then proceed east and connect to a second substation to be sited in Holt County.Learn More About the R-Project