Spring 2001


Blowing in the Wind...
Development of Nebraska's Wind Resources Gains Speed
In the past six months, a number of developments have emerged...

ips to Cut Your Summer Utility Bills...
Cooling Your Home Naturally
Keeping cool indoors when it is hot outdoors is a problem.


The Best Home Improvement Tip

Getting It From the Experts...
The Low-Down on Gasoline Prices
Gasoline prices can rise and fall quickly, seemingly without reason.

Nebraska Energy Use Up 25% Since 1987

Noted and Quoted...
On Changing the State's Electric System...
"Over the past several years, the Legislature has looked..."

5% Dollar and Energy Saving Loans
If a cooling system breaks down during warm weather...

Information Services and Resources
The Energy Efficiency and The Renewable Energy Clearinghouse...

Internet -- and Humans -- to the Rescue
Several Internet sites offer web-based tools to help consumers...

Looking at Electricity Prices in a Whole New Light
In Southwest Ohio in June 1998 a transformer failed...


Nebraska Governor Mike Johanns, (center) routinely attends periodic meetings with leaders from the state's electric and natural gas utilities where issues of common concern are discussed.

At the last meeting in September, 2000, pictured at left, the topics discussed dealt with  electricity reliability and prices and natural gas prices and supplies.

Typically, local and national experts are on hand to provide the latest assessments.


 

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