Nebraska Considers More Renewable Energy
than 115 Nebraska Public Power District customers from across the state gathered in Grand Island Saturday to learn more about future state energy options.
The daylong workshop was sponsored by Nebraska Public Power District and covered a wide variety of potential future energy sources for NPPD, such as wind, methane generated from livestock waste, biomass and coal. The workshop was held at College Park.
There was also a question-and-answer session between the participants and a panel of state energy officials.
According to Bill Fehrman, president and CEO of Nebraska Public Power District, the workshop was also an opportunity for the utility to hear from its customers about Nebraska's energy needs.
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