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Avoiding Air Invasions
We all know the symptoms of a house that's leaking air. Drafty halls in the winter lead to rooms that suffocate in summer. Then there's the most uncomfortable pain of all high electric bills.

Nearly $1 Million Awarded for Nebraska Energy Projects
Nebraska residents and small businesses have received nearly $1 million in federal grants to pay for new energy projects throughout the state.

Common Energy Myths
Eating carrots will greatly improve your eyesight, cracking your knuckles leads to arthritis, watching too much TV will harm your vision. We've all heard the old wives' tales, but did you know there are also many misconceptions about home energy use?

Residential Energy Storage — Will it Work?
One of the holy grails of the energy industry has long been cheap energy storage. Unlike almost all other consumer goods, electricity is created and used in almost the same instant, and storing it has long proven to be difficult and expensive.

Municipalities Saving Energy and Lowering Costs for Wastewater Treatment
The Nebraska Energy Office (NEO) has established a groundbreaking partnership with the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (UNL) and the Nebraska Department of Environmental Quality (NDEQ) with the help of a $277,330 cooperative agreement from the US Department of Energy...

Heat Pump Water Heaters
A major consumer of electricity in today's home is the water heater. Because of how electric water heaters work, using electric resistance elements, these units max out in efficiency at about 96 percent.

Weathering a Winter Power Outage Safely
Winter storms can cause prolonged power outages by weighing power lines down with ice, causing trees to fall into lines, or creating hazardous road conditions resulting in vehicle accidents with power poles.

Energy Statistics Agriculture & Energy In the Classroom Energy Tips
Nebraska Energy Prices, Consumption, Expenditures and More...
Latest Energy Statistics
One of the required duties of the Energy Office is to "develop and maintain a program of collection, compilation, and analysis of energy statistics." 
Getting the Most from Your Energy Dollar...
Using Energy Wisely on the Farm and Ranch

There’s no avoiding this reality in farming:  Direct energy accounts for 5 to 7 percent of farm expenditures; indirect energy accounts for 9 to 10 percent.
Lessons for K-12...
A Toolkit for Teachers and Parents

Energy Kids is a student-friendly website hosted by the U.S. Department of Energy, Energy Information Administration (EIA). The site includes a variety of information and activities about energy organized in several main categories...
Energy Saving Tips for Winter...
Ways to Save Energy and Money at Home

When it's cold outside, here are some simple ways you can keep energy use and costs down on the inside. Have your furnace cleaned and checked. Clean or replace your furnace filters every two or three months.
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