Friday, October 19, 2018
Monday, October 15, 2018
Wednesday, October 10, 2018
NDEQ Deadline for Clean Diesel Rebates The Nebraska Department of Environmental Quality’s 2018 Clean Diesel Rebate Program is now accepting applications for replacement of eligible diesel irrigation engines with all-electric equipment. Applications must be submitted to NDEQ by December 15, 2018 to be considered. Diesel irrigation engines may be replaced with an electric motor to power a surface pump or by connecting an existing submersible pump directly to the electric grid. The replaced diesel engine must be scrapped. Replacement projects must be completed by August 30, 2019. NDEQ will reimburse 60% of the cost of the electrical equipment, installation, and required electric line extension up to a maximum rebate of $20,000. Each applicant may apply to replace one diesel engine. NDEQ anticipates funding twenty irrigation engine rebates. Applications must be accompanied by one set of quotes for the replacement motor and/or electrical equipment, installation, and service line extension by the electric service supplier. More information and application materials can be found on the following web page: http://deq.ne.gov/NDEQProg.nsf/OnWeb/NCDGP . Other questions can be directed to Randy Smith, NDEQ Clean Diesel Program Coordinator firstname.lastname@example.org or 402-471-4272. You can also contact Nicki White at Cuming County Public Power District for assistance.
Monday, October 8, 2018
Tuesday, October 2, 2018
Monday, October 1, 2018
Check out our October 2018 Newsletter CCPPD & the NREA October 2018 Rural Electric Nebraskan Magazine NREA
Friday, September 28, 2018
Wednesday, September 26, 2018
The CCPPD Operation Round Up board members met Tues, Sept 25 & awarded over $4,000 to local community groups. Also, Kari Haase, CCPPD Assistant GM/CFO, presented the ORU board with over $800 which were proceeds from the CCPPD ORU Fun Run! Thank you again to all who participated.
Tuesday, September 11, 2018
Tuesday, September 4, 2018
Wednesday, August 22, 2018
Friday, August 17, 2018
Wednesday, August 1, 2018
Check out the CCPPD August 2018 Newsletter & the Rural Electric Nebraskan Magazine, August edition now online! https://ccppd.com/wp-content/uploads/Aug-18.pdf & http://issuu.com/reneditor/docs/august_18?e=3665921/63538840
https://ccppd.com/wp-content/uploads/Aug-18.pdf & http://issuu.com/reneditor/docs/august_18?e=3665921/63538840
Monday, July 2, 2018
Friday, June 22, 2018
SCAM! We have been notified that some of the residents in Nebraska have been getting calls that the meter reading has been wrong for a few months & that they need your address to send you a check. If we have your meter reading we also have your address. Do not give them any info! Please call the office with any concerns 402-372-2463 or 877-572-2463.
Thursday, June 21, 2018
Friday, June 1, 2018
Check out the June 2018 CCPPD Newsletter and the Nebraska Rural Electric Nebraskan now online: https://ccppd.com/wp-content/uploads/June-18.pdf and https://issuu.com/reneditor/docs/june18
Thursday, May 24, 2018
Wednesday, May 2, 2018
S & L Pole Testing will be performing utility pole tests starting the week of May 14th. They will be working in the Logan and Neligh township in Cuming County in the CCPPD service area.
The pole testing will take a few weeks in each area. You will see S & L Pole Testing pick-ups and ATV’s along the country roads. Please be aware of these workers and drive carefully.
Most utility poles are made of wood and their constant exposure to the environment takes a toll. Wind, moisture and soil conditions all can distress or decay wood. Regular pole inspection and treatment helps to spot and take care of any problems before they become critical situations.
S & L Pole Testing is a professional firm out of Columbus, Nebraska that is an expert in pole evaluations. Employees from S & L will be identifiable by company logos, equipment, shirts and hard hats and will carry identification.
For more information, stop at the CCPPD office 500 South Main Street West Point or call (402) 372-2463.
Tuesday, May 1, 2018
Friday, April 13, 2018
Tuesday, April 10, 2018
March 2018 CCPPD Operation Round-Up®
The Cuming County Public Power District Operation Round Up® board members met March 28, 2018. Following are the organizations that were awarded a total of $6,350:
Bancroft Rosalie Community School~Skills USA Student Uniforms $450.00
Bancroft Vol Fire & Rescue~Electric Range, Refrigerator, & Microwave $350.00
Franciscan Care Services~Helmets for the Bicycle Rodeo $500.00
Nebraska Loess Hills RC&D~Sponsor Membership $350.00
Northeast Nebraska Community~Healthy Families Program $250.00
St. Francis Memorial/Inspection Station~Car Seats, Education, etc. $500.00
St. Mary’s Church~Students to attend Life Teen’s Camp in GA $500.00
St. Wenceslaus School~Coding to Success Classroom Kits $500.00
VFW Post 8597 (Dodge)~Decorative Fence near Vet’s Memory Park $250.00
West Point-Beemer Post Prom Committee~Breathalizer Cardboard Tubes $100.00
West Point Beemer History Club~Close-Up Trip for 13 students $1950.00
Wisner Community Senior Citizen Center~Replace Time Clock $200.00
Wisner-Pilger Family Consumer Science Class~Refrigerator $300.00
Wisner- Pilger Public Schools~Green Screen Technology Tools $150.00
The money collected for the fund is from CCPPD customers rounding up their electric bill to the next dollar. It’s average of six dollars per customer per year. Just over $1,000 is put into the fund each month.
Area schools have received over $40,000 and area fire & rescue departments have received over $17,000 since the program began. Donations ranging from $50-$3,000 have been made to youth groups, churches, a variety of non-profit organizations, as well as a few individuals.
Think about it, an average of six dollars per customer per year has made all of this possible. In addition to the money, five people volunteer their time to serve on the Operation Round-Up® Board. Current members are Jackie Smith, Bancroft area; Brenda Bradfield, Beemer area; Maria Janata, Dodge area; Brenda Duhsmann, West Point area; and Kristie Borgelt, Wisner area.
The board members discuss the applications and awards are granted biannually in March and again in September. Operation Round-Up® funds are available to any person(s), family, group, organization, or charity within the boundaries of Cuming County Public Power District. The funding can be used to address a large variety of needsApplications to request funds are available from the Cuming County Public Power District office, emailed, or online at www.ccppd.com. There are separate applications for organizations/agencies and individuals and/or families.