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Company Overview of Nebraska Public Power District
Nebraska Public Power District, an electric utility, engages in the generation, transmission, and distribution of electric power and energy for sales at wholesale and retail in Nebraska. As of December 31, 2006, the company owned and had control over 37 generating plants, which had a combined capacity of 3,133.5 megawatts; and owned and operated 5,031 miles of transmission and sub transmission lines. It also served wholesale power requirements of 52 municipalities, and 24 public power districts and cooperatives, as well as 80 municipalities at retail totaling approximately 88,000 homes and businesses. The company is headquartered in Columbus, Nebraska.
1414 15th Street
PO Box 499
Columbus, NE 68602-0499
Key Executives for Nebraska Public Power District
Chief Executive Officer and President
Chief Financial Officer, Vice President of Finance, Risk Management & Rates and Treasurer
Vice President of Governmental Affairs and General Counsel
Chief Officer To Head Cooper Nuclear Station
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
Nebraska Public Power District Key Developments
Nebraska Public Power District Plans to Replace Coal-Fired Boiler At Sheldon Station Plant
Apr 29 15
Nebraska Public Power District announced plans to replace an existing coal-fired boiler at its Sheldon Station plant in Hallam, Nebraska, with one that uses clean-burning hydrogen fuel. The hydrogen will be produced by Monolith Materials as a co-product from its production of carbon black using natural gas as a feedstock. The collaborative undertaking is expected to create good paying jobs at the site and enable NPPD to continue to generate and deliver affordable, reliable and sustainable energy to Nebraskans. To obtain this new hydrogen fuel source in Nebraska, NPPD is working with Monolith Materials - a manufacturing company that produces hydrogen as a byproduct in its production of cleanly made carbon black. When burned, the hydrogen fuel produces zero greenhouse gas emissions. Through this agreement, NPPD is expected to reduce CO2 emissions at Sheldon Station by 1.1 million tons per year. The Sheldon Station boiler using hydrogen as a fuel will continue to be capable of generating 125 megawatts of electricity for NPPD's customers. The boiler conversion is also expected to result in a dramatic reduction in other types of air emissions, as well as aide in NPPD's maintaining service as a low-cost energy producer for Nebraskans.
Nebraska Public Power District and Partners Unveil New Energy Efficiency Tool
Feb 6 14
Nebraska Public Power District and its utility partners have unveiled a home technology-related energy efficiency tool. The tool, in the form of a brochure and DVD, details current building science best practices for homeowners (or those in the construction trade) seeking to build new or renovate an existing home. The DVD and brochure - made possible, in part, by a $12,500.00 DEED (Demonstration of Energy & Efficiency Developments) Grant by the American Public Power Association -contains information enabling the user to learn more about how choices may ultimately affect a home's longevity, comfort and energy use. Key to using a tool like this new, building science 'best practices' DVD and brochure is that it offers public power customers, as well as those in related home construction trades, to gain insight into the science and modern technology of home building.
Nebraska Public Power District Presents at Platts 12th Annual Utility Supply Chain Management Conference, Jan-20-2014 03:00 PM
Jan 17 14
Nebraska Public Power District Presents at Platts 12th Annual Utility Supply Chain Management Conference, Jan-20-2014 03:00 PM. Venue: Hotel del Coronado, Coronado, California, United States. Speakers: Patrick L. Pope, President, Chief Executive Officer.
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