Nebraska Public Power District
Nebraska Public Power District is a political subdivision supplying electricity in 2 states in the US and is classified as a political subdivision. Consumers of Nebraska Public Power District are billed an average residential electricity rate of 10.37 cents per kilowatt hour, resulting in the company ranking 770th out of 3511 in the US. There were a total of 3,206,219 megawatt hours sold via retail sales in 2019 by the company. During the same timeframe, the provider generated 16,981,613 megawatt hours and procured 4,445,509 megawatt hours by way of the wholesale market. In 2019, they made a total of $1,036,382,000 from business activities relating to the sale and transfer of electricity. They had 72.06% of their revenue come from sales to the wholesale market.
About Nebraska Public Power District
The national average monthly residential electricity bill is $120.11, while the Nebraska Public Power District average is 16.19% below at $100.66 per month. Electricity production plants owned or managed by the supplier use non-renewable fuels to generate 98.18% of their total electricity production, or 13,553,017 megawatt hours. This amount ranks them at 1st in Nebraska out of 217 providers. Their electricity sales during the most recent 12 months caused an increase in CO2 emissions of approximately 3.23%. With total emissions of 1,783,698,725.01 kilograms per year, Nebraska Public Power District has the 243rd highest emissions amount out of 3511 providers in the nation.
Power Plant Fuel Types, Emissions & Pollution Factors
Nebraska Public Power District is the 243rd worst ranked provider when it comes to total pollution, with the provider's electricity sales leading to 1,783,698,725.01 kilograms of CO2 emissions each year. More importantly, the supplier averages 516.03 kilograms of CO2 emissions per megawatt hour sold, which is a better measurement of the supplier's emission levels. They rank 140th highest in the nation in this category. When it comes to electricity production, the supplier's main fuel type is Coal, making up 48.67%, or 6,718,589.87 megawatt hours, of production for the company. Nebraska Public Power District has the 190th highest number of facilities linked with an electricity provider out of the 3511 providers in the United States that we gather data on. They have associations with 12 electricity generation facilities throughout their operating territory.
Nebraska Public Power District allows customers of the company to participate in net metering programs. Installation of solar panels and other electricity sources is often prohibitively priced for individuals. Net metering allows purchasers of these electricity sources to sell extra wattage back to their company, making the installation of these alternative sources economically viable .
Nebraska Public Power District recently reported an annual loss of approximately 3.78% of the electricity that they produce. Loss of electricity due to heat dissipation during electricity transmission and other causes is part of operating in the electricity production business and electricity providers are required to report these losses to government agencies who track electricity grid efficiencies. This percentage of energy lost gives them a rank of 1780th worst out of 3511 suppliers reporting energy loss in the US.
Nebraska Public Power District Rate & Electric Bills
Nebraska Public Power District residential electric rates are highest in January and the highest average bill is in February.
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Nebraska Public Power District Overview
- Company Type:Political Subdivision
- Headquarters:1414 15th Street 499
Columbus , Nebraska 68602
United States of America
- CEO:Tom Kent
Nebraska Public Power District Contact
Nebraska Public Power District Service
- States Served:
- South Dakota
- Counties Served:
- Buffalo County
- Scotts Bluff County
- Madison County
- Lincoln County
- Cass County
- Major Cities Served:See all cities
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Quick Facts About Nebraska Public Power District
Nebraska Public Power District ranks 96th out of 3511 electric companies in the nation in megawatt hours produced from hydroelectric power usage.
Nebraska Public Power District is 1st out of 217 providers in Nebraska for megawatt hours generated from nuclear facilities.
Nebraska Public Power District ranks 1st in the state out of 217 companies for total electricity production from natural gas.
Nebraska Public Power District is 63rd in the nation out of 3511 electricity providers for total megawatt hours produced from coal.
Nebraska Public Power District generates 122,079 megawatt hours of electricity (or 0.01 of their total electricity generation) from wind turbines.
With production of 13,804,787 megawatt hours, Nebraska Public Power District is the 99th highest total producer of all suppliers in the US.
Nebraska Public Power District's energy loss due to business operations.
Total Energy Loss
1780 National Rank
Nebraska Public Power District Energy Makeup
Nebraska Public Power District Coverage Map
Nebraska Public Power District State Coverage
|State||Customers||Sales ($)||State Rank Based On Revenue||% of Provider's Residential Sales in State|
Nebraska Public Power District County Coverage
|County||Population||Providers||Avg. County Rate (¢)||Avg. Electric Bill|
Power Plants Owned by Nebraska Public Power District
|Plant||City/County||State||Primary Fuel Type||Production (MWh)||Emission (kg)||Emissions/MWh||Toxic Chemical Release||Closing Date|
Cooper Nuclear StationNebraska Public Power District (100.00%)
Gerald GentlemanNebraska Public Power District (100.00%)
Ainsworth WindNebraska Public Power District (100.00%)
North PlatteNebraska Public Power District (100.00%)
|North Platte||NE||Conventional Hydroelectric||114,847||7,081,783.44||61.66|
Kearney NPPD Solar ProjectNebraska Public Power District (100.00%)
|Lancaster County||NE||Distillate Fuel Oil||1,161||1,188,192.58||1,023.42|
|Thayer County||NE||Distillate Fuel Oil||1,068||1,057,608.91||990.27|
|Gosper County||NE||Natural Gas||952||704,265.38||739.77|
|McCook||NE||Distillate Fuel Oil||683||671,636.48||983.36|
Nebraska Public Power District Fuel Makeup
Cities Nebraska Public Power District Has Coverage
- Ainsworth, NE
- Alma, NE
- Anoka, NE
- Ashton, NE
- Atkinson, NE
- Aurora, NE
- Barada, NE
- Bassett, NE
- Big Springs, NE
- Bloomfield, NE
- Bridgeport, NE
- Bristow, NE
- Broadwater, NE
- Brule, NE
- Butte, NE
- Chadron, NE
- Clinton, NE
- Craig, NE
- Crawford, NE
- Creighton, NE
- Dakota City, NE
- Dawson, NE
- Du Bois, NE
- Elm Creek, NE
- Elsie, NE
- Emmet, NE
- Geneva, NE
- Gering, NE
- Gibbon, NE
- Gordon, NE
- Hartington, NE
- Hay Springs, NE
- Homer, NE
- Humboldt, NE
- Inman, NE
- Kearney, NE
- Lewellen, NE
- Long Pine, NE
- Loup City, NE
- Lynch, NE
- Madrid, NE
- McCook, NE
- McGrew, NE
- Meadow Grove, NE
- Melbeta, NE
- Merriman, NE
- Milford, NE
- Minatare, NE
- Mitchell, NE
- Morrill, NE
- Murray, NE
- Nehawka, NE
- Norfolk, NE
- O'Neill, NE
- Oakdale, NE
- Oakland, NE
- Ogallala, NE
- Oshkosh, NE
- Pawnee City, NE
- Plattsmouth, NE
- Ravenna, NE
- Rushville, NE
- Scottsbluff, NE
- Shelton, NE
- Shubert, NE
- South Sioux City, NE
- Steinauer, NE
- Stella, NE
- Sterling, NE
- Sutherland, NE
- Table Rock, NE
- Tekamah, NE
- Terrytown, NE
- Tilden, NE
- Union, NE
- Venango, NE
- Verdon, NE
- Whitney, NE
- Winnebago, NE
- York, NE
* City coverage generated based on government data. Always verify you can get service from the provider.
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Nebraska Public Power District FAQ:
What cities does Nebraska Public Power District offer service in?
Nebraska Public Power District has customers in 80 cities throughout the country.
How much is the average bill for Nebraska Public Power District customers each month?
Consumers of Nebraska Public Power District pay, on average, a monthly bill of $100.66.
What percentage of Nebraska Public Power District’s electricity is produced from nonrenewable fuel types?
Nebraska Public Power District generates 98.18% of their electricity using nonrenewable fuel sources.
What is the average electricity rate for Nebraska Public Power District customers?
Customers of Nebraska Public Power District, on average, have an electricity rate 10.37 cents per kilowatt hour (¢/kWh).
What is the phone number for Nebraska Public Power District?
The Nebraska Public Power District phone number is (877) 275-6773.
How many states does Nebraska Public Power District offer service to?
Nebraska Public Power District sells electricity to customers in 2 states throughout the nation including, Nebraska and South Dakota.
How many counties does Nebraska Public Power District provider electricity to?
There are 26 counties that receive at least some electricity coverage by Nebraska Public Power District including, Nebraska and South Dakota.
Who is the CEO of Nebraska Public Power District?
The CEO of Nebraska Public Power District is Tom Kent.
How many power plants are owned by or associated with Nebraska Public Power District?
There are 12 power plants associated with or owned by Nebraska Public Power District.
What percentage of Nebraska Public Power District’s electricity is produced from renewable fuel sources?
Power generation facilities owned by or associated with Nebraska Public Power District produce 1.82% of their electricity from renewable fuel sources.