We’re proud to be generators of renewable hydropower! Our Kearney and North Platte hydro facilities, with a capacity of 25 MW, are powering homes and businesses with clean energy. We are also fortunate to partner with Loup Power District and Central Nebraska Public Power and Irrigation District for the hydro power generated from the Columbus, Kingsley, and Monroe hydro facilities. #HydroDay
Who could resist these smiles as Kearney teammates and families joined in on the Elm Creek Buffalo Stampede parade this past Saturday.
Teammates from Loup Power District, Cornhusker Public Power District, and Nebraska Public Power District partnered together to say ALOHA the public power way during the Columbus Days parade this past weekend. #PublicPower
It was an exciting day in Kearney, NE to celebrate the groundbreaking of Compute North. An exciting partnership between this new tech company in Nebraska investing $7.65M and creating 10 full-time jobs. #GrowNE
Our Cooper Nuclear Station facility had some special visitors on site last week. Teachers from Auburn High School toured CNS to learn more about the variety of careers available for local students in the nuclear industry. Thank you for taking the time to come learn about CNS!
Scam artists continue to do what they do best, scamming customers. Scam callers are often threatening in nature and often their phone number appears to be coming from Nebraska Public Power District (NPPD). Prevent your family, friends and yourself from becoming their next victim. When in doubt, give us a call at 1-877-ASK-NPPD.
The City of Plattsmouth city council recognized NPPD Plattsmouth teammates (Ray, Dan, Brian, Kevin, Jacob, Mike, and Lottie) for their efforts in assisting the city with flood recovery. Through four or more feet of water, these individuals carried spools of wire in the bucket of an excavator and worked their way through flood waters. Linemen ascended from the bows of boats and climbed atop power poles. #AlwaysThereWhenYouNeedUs #PoweringNebraska #PublicPower
Welcome, Scoular! The City of Seward and NPPD were proud to participate in the Scoular groundbreaking today.
Receiving hands-on training is essential to gain the skills and confidence it takes to perform a job in a safe manner. Eighteen NPPD substation technicians from around the state gathered for classroom and hands-on substation equipment training.
Be responsible in the way you use energy by turning off appliances, unplugging device chargers and turning off lights when you leave the room.
Hoping to pull in a whopper of a fish, this individual was surprised his big catch was a tin can covered in zebra mussels. Remember three simple words – CLEAN, DRAIN, DRY – to stop the spread of these aquatic hitchhikers. Thanks to a Facebook friend for sharing this photo with us!
Kids squealed with excitement and were all smiles as they learned and explored about cool trucks, tools, and equipment at the Transportation Exploration in York this past weekend.
NPPD employees at our Scottsbluff Customer Service Center recently educated a group of ten UNL students from Rwanda, Africa, on NPPD’s generation resources, irrigation load control and rates, solar, and the Monolith project.
Special thanks to our NPPD crews who assisted in power restoration efforts this week in Kearney. Our thoughts are with all communities affected by this flooding.
Now, that’s a sunrise! This magical moment shows one of the oldest transmission lines in Nebraska, built in 1932. Have a great day!