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Shortages cause delays for electric customers

Building a new home, grain bin site or converting an irrigation well to electricity? Material shortages may cause delays in getting power to your property. While Dawson Public Power District has an inventory of equipment, the district is not receiving all the material...

Accountant job

Rare opportunity for a highly motivated and detail-oriented accountant to take on a challenging and integral accountant position in our finance department due to an upcoming retirement. The Accountant is responsible for keeping a complete and systematic set of...

Small, focus group of irrigators meeting

What? Join us for an irrigation focus group discussion about: power factor electrical safety irrigation policies public power possible merger between Dawson PPD and The Central Nebraska Public Power & Irrigation District. We are limiting attendees to the first 15...

Alternative fuel vehicles for today and the future

Consumers have more vehicle and machinery options. Ethanol and biodiesel have been widely available for consumers. Renewable diesel is the fastest growing fuel in the United States. Local schools have purchased propane fueled buses using Nebraska Clean Diesel Program...

Irrigation rates are steady for 2022

Dawson Public Power District’s irrigation rates are unchanged for the 2022 season. Horsepower rates are charged per HP of recorded peak demand. The demand portion of the rate is due April 25, 2022. Energy rates are charged per kilowatt hour used. They are due...