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NPPD customers to see stable electric rates into 2019

Nebraska Public Power District retail and wholesale customers will see no overall increase in average electric rates for 2019, following action Thursday by the utility’s Board of Directors.

This will be the second consecutive year of no rate increase for NPPD’s wholesale customers, and on the retail side, NPPD it will be the 6th year of stable electric rates

NPPD President and CEO Pat Pope praised work done by District employees as they continue to implement long-term, cost cutting measures that do not impact service, reliability, or jeopardize safety for customers or employees.

Based on 2017 data released in November from the Energy Information Administration, NPPD’s base retail electric rates rank 17th overall of utilities nationwide.

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