Nebraska Energy Quarterly 2023-2nd Quarter Edition
This information is provided by the Nebraska Department of Environment and Energy to assist the public and regulated community.
Form #: ENE021 Newsletter Revised: 8/16/23

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NDEE submits workplan for Climate Pollution Reduction Grant
The Nebraska Department of Environment and Energy submitted its workplan for the Climate Pollution Reduction Grant to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

NDEE participates in Midwest Collaborative
The Nebraska Department of Environment and Energy is participating in the Midwest Regional Petroleum Shortage Response Collaborative — a new organization that aims to develop a regional framework in the event of a petroleum shortage.

Technology and equipment can increase electrical safety in homes
Electricity is a major cause of home fires as Americans continue to use more energy, and outdated electrical systems are unable to handle the demands of today’s electrical appliances and devices.

Nebraska by Numbers
This edition of Nebraska by Numbers focuses on total energy consumption in Nebraska by sector in 2020 and takes a closer look at the fuel types consumed by the residential sector in 2020.

Use energy efficient computers, home office equipment and electronics
Many people work from home, and while that saves energy by cutting out the commute, but it may increase your home energy bills.
The Nebraska Energy Quarterly is funded, in part, by the
U.S. Department of Energy through the State Energy Program *

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