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There is a button on the left of our home page that serves as a link to the Nebraska Power Association (NPA), but just what is the NPA and what is its purpose?
The NPA is comprised of the 167 utilities that produce and deliver electricity to Nebraskans. You may recognize some of the members: Elkhorn Rural Public Power District, Nebraska Public Power District, Lincoln Electric System, Omaha Public Power District, and city municipalities, such as Battle Creek, Pierce, Madison, and Neligh, just to name a few.
All of the NPA member utilities are considered publicly-controlled utilities, since they are governed by a board of directors or council members elected by their customers in a public election. In fact, 100% of all homes and businesses in the state of Nebraska are served by publicly-controlled utilities, the only state in the union that is able to make that claim.
Even though the NPA membership is made up of a diverse mix of utilities, all members share a common goal: To provide the citizens of Nebraska with adequate, reliable, and low-cost electric service, consistent with sound business practices; as is directed by the policy of the State of Nebraska.
To learn more about the NPA and public power in Nebraska, just click on the Nebraska Power Association button on the left of this page. You can learn about the NPA and its stand on issues such as: legislative bills, climate change, wind energy, and many other topics that affect the electrical industry.
Elkhorn Rural Public Power District’s membership in the NPA is consistent with our mission statement, which reads as follows:
“Elkhorn Rural Public Power District is dedicated to providing SAFE, RELIABLE, COST-EFFECTIVE electricity for ALL customers.”
2013 Energy Efficiency Program
The ERPPD board of directors voted to continue participation in NPPD’s EnergyWise incentive program for 2013. Click on the EnergyWise button on the left side of this screen to view the incentives offered for residential, commercial, and agricultural projects.
If you have any questions on the 2013 energy efficiency program incentives, please call our Energy Services Representative, Mark Gronau, at (800) 675-2185.