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Dawson PPD plans to spend about $8.2 million in electric distribution system improvements in 2024. The plans will improve roughly 55 miles of power lines.
Dawson Public Power District is a member of the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association. NRECA works on the behalf of Dawson PPD and other electric providers to advocate for customers. They carry out this work by talking to government officials, members of congress and raising public awareness. The following are a list of NRECA policies supported by Dawson PPD.
At their December meeting, Dawson PPD’s board affirmed that there will be no changes to the irrigation rate for the 2024 season. The rates have remained stable since 2021. The District will conduct a rate study later this year. The goal of the study is to ensure that...
Starting in January 2024, Dawson PPD will charge to increase the size of an existing electric service. The value of the retired equipment will be credited toward the cost of new equipment. Increasing the size of a motor on an irrigation service, adding a swing arm to...
Do you have a Dawson PPD provided LED light that shines purple at night? Please contact us to report it!
The purple light is a defect that changes the color of the light from white to purple. This defect does not affect energy efficiency or performance.
Dawson Public Power District reports that the 2023 irrigation season was the second highest revenue year in the past decade. That was noted at Dawson PPD’s Board of Directors meeting held December 6.
Don’t add stress to your holiday season. Knowing how to properly use and hang lights could prevent injury or fire.
General Manager Gwen Kautz reflects on Christmas traditions, shopping habits, and how technology is changing relationships with family/loved ones.
A list of 2023 community Christmas events within Dawson PPD’s service territory
Learn how to save money and energy this holiday season.
Nebraska was recently named the best state for power grid reliability by U.S. News and World Report.
Dawson Public Power District’s board of directors voted to approve the 2024 budget at their meeting on November 1. The district is planning for $61 million in expenses, which is about a million dollars less than the projected costs for 2023. The directors discussed...
Dawson PPD discusses budget
Merger decision to be made by Spring
Dawson PPD Board elects new officers
Boards vote to consolidate
A special message from Dawson PPD’s General Manager (RE: Southwest Power Pool and rolling blackouts)
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