NPPD CEO Talks Wind Energy

November 6, 2013 by  
Filed under Green Energy News


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  • NPPD CEO Talks Wind Energy – TJ Eck Reports at 6:30

Recently Nebraska Public Power District decided not to expand wind energy resources in the state.

CEO Pat Pope says the decision was made because the company already has an excess amount of wind energy.

But it doesn’t mean the company won’t explore the option in the future.

“It really wasn’t a good time to be adding anymore wind,” says Pope. “But we want to emphasize though is that wasn’t a referendum on wind from a NPPD perspective.”

Also he says if the 2014 budget is approved at a board meeting this week, there will be a zero percent rate increase for both retail and wholesale customers.

“Our customers have stuck with us when we have had some pretty significant rate increases in the past,” says Pope. “We know that was tough and when we get the opportunity to pass through a zero percent increase, we’re going to take it.”

It doesn’t necessarily mean people in North Platte won’t see an increase in costs.

The cost for the City of North Platte to receive energy from NPPD would not be raised.

However, if the City incurs other expenses, it could still raise the rate for people in North Platte.

Pope is confident that the zero percent rate increase will be approved.

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