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The Nebraska Rural Electric Association has announced the appointment of Kim Christiansen as their new general manager and executive vice president. She will assume responsibilities on November 13, 2017. Christiansen joins the Nebraska Rural Electric Association from the Kansas Electric...Read more
Nebraska's electrical rates among nation's lowest read moreRead more
The National Rural Electric Cooperative Association (NRECA) announced that former U.S. Rep. Jim Matheson has been selected to serve as NRECA’s 6th chief executive officer. Matheson will succeed Jo Ann Emerson, who was stricken by a severe illness in August of last year. He will join the association...Read more
Nebraska Rural Electric Association Applauds the Supreme Court for Issuing a Stay of the Clean Power Plan The Nebraska Rural Electric Association (NREA) welcomes the U. S. Supreme Court’s decision to halt implementation of the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Clean Power Plan (CPP) until...Read more
America’s Public Power Districts and Electric Co-ops Applaud Supreme Court’s Decision to Halt EPA’s Clean Power Plan read moreRead more
LINCOLN – Today, Governor Pete Ricketts applauded a decision of the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) to halt the implementation of the Obama Administration’s Clean Power Plan. “The decision by the Supreme Court to halt the implementation of the Clean Power Plan until a legal settlement...Read more
Due to the inclement weather and blizzard conditions scheduled to hit the State of Nebraska Monday and Tuesday, NREA has CANCELLED all of the events scheduled for this week. We have discussed this decision with the Embassy Suites, and we will be exploring options for the possibility of rescheduling...Read more
(The Hill) -- TheHill.com reports that a Senate committee voted earlier this week to block implementation of the administration's climate rule for power plants. "The bill, known as the Affordable Reliable Energy Now Act, sponsored by Sen. Shelley Moore Capito (R-W.Va.), would overturn the EPA's...Read more
(AP/JournalStar.com) -- In the same week that the Obama administration rolled out its mandate to impose the first-ever federal limits on greenhouse gas pollution from power plants, the AP reports that the Energy Department this week announced that America's carbon dioxide output from power plants...Read more
By Cody Winchester and Joseph Morton / World-Herald staff writers Nebraska and Iowa would need to cut carbon emissions more aggressively than previously expected under a new White House plan for U.S. power plants, and Nebraska already is promising a court fight...Read more
June 24, 2015 by RealEstateRama read moreRead more
Bipartisan Affordable Reliable Energy Now Act (ARENA) Will Stop the EPA’s Attempted Electricity System Takeover While Restoring State Authority WASHINGTON – U.S. Senator Deb Fischer (R-Neb.) joined her colleagues this afternoon to introduce new legislation that will halt the damaging effects of the...Read more
Former congressperson and current CEO of the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association Jo Ann Emerson writes an op-ed for The Hill (4/29, Emerson, 533K) in which she says of the nation’s...Read more
The Nebraska Rural Electric Association is proud to join other power utilities and residents across the nation in recognizing Monday, April 13 as National Lineman Appreciation Day. This national day of recognition allows us to further honor the men and women who work to ensure the safe and reliable...Read more

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