Nebraska Public Power District: Rates, Coverage Area, Emissions

Nebraska Public Power District

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About Nebraska Public Power District

Nebraska Public Power District is a political subdivision supplying electricity in 2 states in the US including Nebraska and South Dakota. The average residential electricity price for Nebraska Public Power District is around 10.70 cents per kilowatt hour, resulting in the provider ranking 419th out of 2893 in the nation. There were a total of 4,091,399 megawatt hours sold via retail sales in 2022 by the provider. The electricity generated in the company's power plants made up 14,649,116 of the megawatt hours sourced by the company and the purchase of wholesale electricity made up an additional 5,093,633 megawatt hours. Nebraska Public Power District had $1,154,371,000 in 2022. Exactly $792,507,000 of that revenue came from wholesale electricity sales and $268,061,000 came from sales to residential electricity customers.

Customers of the supplier have an average monthly residential power bill of $100.64. This is 25.80% lower than the United States average bill of $135.64. The company's generating facilities produce 460,082.75 megawatt hours from natural gas. This amount makes them 188th highest in the country out of 3518 suppliers for total natural gas generation. The provider ranks 130th in the United States for megawatt hours generated from solar energy sources. Electricity generation from renewable fuel types by the supplier totals 152,389 megawatt hours, ranking the supplier 173rd in the country out of the 3518 we track.

Nebraska Public Power District Net Metering

Consumers of Nebraska Public Power District are able to take advantage of net metering solutions, which is a positive for both parties. Net metering makes solar panel purchases more economically feasible as it gives the ability for consumers to sell electricity back to the grid.

Energy Loss

Nebraska Public Power District currently has a loss of roughly 3.99% of the electricity that they produce. This percentage of loss gives them a ranking of 617th best out of 3518 providers who report 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.

Historical Electricity Rates:

Price Per kWhAverage Bill$0.127/kWh$0.082/kWh$146.80/mo.$67.50/mo.
419th10.70¢Nebraska Public Power District's Average residential price per kWh
848th$100.64Average monthly electricity bill for Nebraska Public Power District's residential customers

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Nebraska Public Power District Overview

  • Company Type:Political Subdivision
  • Headquarters:1414 15th Street
    Columbus, Nebraska 68602
    United States of America
  • CEO:Tom Kent

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Quick Facts About Nebraska Public Power District

Nebraska Public Power District is 4th in the state out of 150 electric suppliers for total megawatt hours produced from hydroelectric power.

Nebraska Public Power District produces 89,103 megawatt hours of electricity (or 0.57% of their total electricity production) from wind turbines.

Nebraska Public Power District is the largest producer of megawatt hours from non-renewable fuels in Nebraska.

As the 83rd largest generator of electricity in the country, Nebraska Public Power District produces 15,697,816.99 megawatt hours of electricity.

Nebraska Public Power District is 1st out of 150 electric suppliers in the state in megawatt hours generated from coal use.

Nebraska Public Power District produces 44.23% of their megawatt hour production from nuclear power sources, for a total of 6,943,912 megawatt hours generated from nuclear.

Energy provider of the year for South Dakota, Major Provider Category
Top 3 Lowest Residential Electricity Rate
South Dakota, Major Provider Category
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Energy Loss

Nebraska Public Power District's energy loss due to business operations.

-3.99%

Total Energy Loss

788,048MWh

617 National Rank

Nebraska Public Power District Energy Makeup

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Nebraska Public Power District Coverage Map

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Nebraska Public Power District State Coverage

StateCustomersSales ($)State Rank Based On Revenue% of Provider's Residential Sales in State
Nebraska92,701261,948,242398.24%
South Dakota1,2863,003,911471.76%

Nebraska Public Power District County Coverage

CountyPopulationProvidersAvg. County Rate (¢)Avg. Electric Bill
Boyd County1,812311.10$134.20/mo
Buffalo County49,840311.29$144.41/mo
Burt County6,705313.95$210.63/mo
Cass County26,546312.14$109.17/mo
Dakota County21,28439.73$124.71/mo
Dawes County8,383213.62$192.74/mo
Deuel County1,878413.47$134.38/mo
Fillmore County5,561511.15$178.85/mo
Hamilton County9,37659.29$123.59/mo
Johnson County5,298312.26$109.33/mo

Power Plants Owned by Nebraska Public Power District

PlantCity/CountyStatePrimary Fuel TypeProduction (MWh)Emission (kg)Emissions/MWhToxic Chemical ReleaseClosing Date
Lincoln County NE Coal 7,495,112.997,264,751,512.62969.27
Nemaha County NE Nuclear 6,943,912
Lancaster County NE Coal 674,967765,453,060.711,134.06
Gage County NE Natural Gas 402,806182,526,771.42453.14
Brown County NE Wind 89,103
Lincoln County NE Conventional Hydroelectric 50,455
Gosper County NE Natural Gas 21,99314,501,881.66659.39
Buffalo County NE Solar 12,456
McCook NE Distillate Fuel Oil 2,4302,306,277.87949.09
Thayer County NE Distillate Fuel Oil 2,3792,209,006.89928.54

Nebraska Public Power District Fuel Makeup

COAL
Coal
Coal
Coal
Coal
Coal
Coal
51.82%
NUCLEAR
Nuclear
Nuclear
Nuclear
Nuclear
Nuclear
44.23%
NATURAL GAS
Natural Gas
2.93%
WIND
Wind
0.57%
CONVENTIONAL HYDROELECTRIC
Conventional Hydroelectric
0.32%
OTHER
Other
0.12%

Cities Nebraska Public Power District Has Coverage

* 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:

Who is the CEO of Nebraska Public Power District?

The current CEO of Nebraska Public Power District is Tom Kent.

What is the average bundled bill for Nebraska Public Power District customers each month?

Nebraska Public Power District currently has an average monthly bundled electric bill of $100.64, compared to the US of $135.64 for bundled service.

What percentage of Nebraska Public Power District's electricity is produced using renewable fuel sources?

Power facilities owned by or associated with Nebraska Public Power District produce 0.97% of their electricity using renewable fuel sources.

How many power plants are owned by or associated with Nebraska Public Power District?

Nebraska Public Power District owns or is associated with 13 power plants.

What is the phone number for Nebraska Public Power District?

You can reach Nebraska Public Power District by phone via (877) 275-6773.

What is the average BUNDLED electricity rate for Nebraska Public Power District customers?

Customers of Nebraska Public Power District, on average, have an electricity BUNDLED rate 10.70 cents per kilowatt hour (¢/kWh).

What percentage of Nebraska Public Power District's electricity is generated from nonrenewable fuels?

Nebraska Public Power District produces 99.03% of their electricity from nonrenewable fuel types.

How many states does Nebraska Public Power District sell electricity in?

There are 2 states that receive at least some electricity coverage by Nebraska Public Power District.

What cities does Nebraska Public Power District provider electricity in?

Nebraska Public Power District has customers in 81 cities.

How many counties does Nebraska Public Power District supply electricity to?

Nebraska Public Power District provides electricity in 21 counties.

Nick Reese
Last Reviewed By: Nick Reese
Published: 2024-04-25