Welcome to the Northest Nebraska Public Power District's Website!

 

Our Purpose: “The Northeast Nebraska Public Power District is dedicated to providing reliable and competitively priced electricity to our consumers while maintaining a sound financial position and effective, fair and consistent service”

 

 

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NEW! Customer Letter

The Board of Directors concluded a 6 month process to competitively bid wholesale power supply. The Board felt it had an obligation to NeNPPD's present customers as well as a legal obligation to bid out this purchase. In June 2013, the NePPD Board along with the cities of South Sioux City, Wayne, Wakefield, and Emerson advertised for competitive bids.

Click here to download/read the letter...

 

 

A Report on Future Bulk Power Purchase Decisions
A Public Report to the Customers of the Northeast Nebraska Public Power District (NeNPPD) by the District’s Board of Directors and Management. Download/Read the 1st in a series of reports to customers. Updated: Download/Read the 2nd in a series of reports to customers. Read a Board Resolution about competitively bid power supply...

 

Are you adding new large motor loads? Then click here to save time, money, effort and avoid costly mistakes.Due to the increasing number of request for large grain bins and irrigation pumps we must advise that our electric system may not be able to supply every request at every location. Call us first and give us the opportunity to be part of your planning process before you site a new bin or pivot.We may have information you need to know. Click here for a letter sent to electricians and bin dealers in March 2009.

 

Since the start of the District’s local Operation Roundup Program in early 2012, about $75,000 has been disbursed to Community programs, Schools, Fire Departments, Community Food Banks, Civic Organizations and Charities all serving needs in Dixon, Dakota, Thurston, Stanton, Pierce and Wayne Counties. This program is supported by over 4,200 customer accounts. In offering customers this opportunity we believed the District was unique in its ability to collect pennies and turn them into enough money to make a difference to our local area. The funds are controlled by a separate Board of Directors and are audited each year. For a complete list of organizations that have received a donation from Operation Roundup, click on this link. Operation Roundup is a voluntary program and customers can enroll by calling the office.

 

News and Information from NNPPD

 

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Operation Roundup will be starting with November 2011 Statements. Read More...

Click here for tips on Energy Saving and Efficiency for your home... Updated with Holiday and Winter efficiency tips...

 

Attention Farmers: click here for articles and tips on how to stay safely away from high voltage lines. Our safety partner 'Safe Electricity.Org' has information on lots of topics for everyone (safety articles are also available in Spanish).

 

Electrical Safety
We take for granted electricity and how much we use it. It is important to always keep in mind some safety tips. Read more about electrical safety.

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