- 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.
Just west of Gibbon on Highway 30, among the sprawling acres of Icon Poly, an eerie transformation takes place every October.
Public power is an American tradition that is deeply rooted in our community, and its significance remains as vital today as it was over 80 years ago when Dawson PPD was first established.
Despite claims of victory by the opposition, the reality is that all south-central Nebraska lost.