- Discussing solar options currently available.
- Determining if you are a good fit for solar.
- Discussing real costs and return on investment.
- Discussing rates if you choose to install solar.
- Helping you find a knowledgeable installer.
- Being there for you after your installation.
Your local public power utility asks that you follow these Do’s and Don’ts when evaluating your solar options:
- Do evaluate your home’s current energy usage.
- Don’t give in to high-pressure sales tactics.
- Do contact your local public power utility first before signing any contract.
- Don’t assume your home is a good fit for solar.
- Do get multiple quotes from installers.
- Don’t believe the cost savings and benefits without visiting with your local utility.
Dawson PPD partnered with the Nebraska Rural Electric Association to provide unique learning experiences for Nebraska teens.
After the public announcement of the Project Meadowlark liquid fertilizer plant in Gothenburg, many are wondering why The Central Nebraska Public Power and Irrigation District and Dawson Public Power District were involved. Was it because of the proposed merger? The answer may surprise you.
Dawson PPD irrigation customers can expect at least four days of irrigation load management during the week of July 24-July 31, 2023.