Nebraska Energy Quarterly 2022-1st Quarter Edition
This information is provided by the Nebraska Department of Environment and Energy to assist the public and regulated community.
Form #: ENE016 Newsletter Revised: 3/10/22

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NDEE releases 2021 Annual Energy Report
The Nebraska Department of Environment and Energy has released its 2021 Annual Energy Report to the legislature.

A primer on electric vehicle charging
Charging equipment isn’t the only thing that differs when it comes to EVs. EVs and charging stations may have different cables that are important to consider.

Public power districts set carbon neutral goals
Nebraska’s three largest public power utilities have all set decarbonization goals.

Millions available for Rural Energy Projects in Nebraska
The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Rural Development offices have grants and loans available for renewable energy solutions and improvements in rural locations across America.

Wind generation continues to grow in Nebraska
Sources of energy for Nebraska are changing. According to NDEE’s 2021 annual energy report, renewable fuel production peaked in 2019.

Spring and summer energy-saving tips
Find strategies to help you save energy and keep costs down during the spring and summer.

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U.S. Department of Energy through the State Energy Program *

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