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2016 Legislative Update...
Nebraska Unicameral Passes Energy Bills
Several energy bills came before the Unicameral in 2016, and a few did pass. Here are some highlights on a couple of them: LB 902: Change the Nebraska Clean-burning Motor Fuel Development Act.

Accepting Applications for Remaining Funds...
Preliminary Approvals Announced for First Round of Biofuels Infrastructure Grants
Access Ethanol Nebraska, a grant program administered by the Nebraska Energy Office, has given preliminary approval to the first round of Nebraska recipients for installation of ethanol blender pumps under U.S. Department of Agriculture...

Saving Energy Dollars...
Energy Officials Eye Medical Campus Conservation Efforts
Representatives from the National Association of State Energy Officials visited the UNMC/Nebraska Medicine campus last week following the group's meeting in Omaha.

There to Save You Money...
What You Can Learn from a Home Energy Audit
Q: I keep hearing about home energy audits. How do they work, and will they save me money?...

Renewable Energy Helping Communities...
Central City Solar Garden Earns Project of the Year Award
NMPP Energy awarded the City of Central City, NE, with a Project of the Year Award for its Community Solar Garden at its 41st Annual Meeting and Conference in Grand Island...

Energy and Dollar Saving Opportunities...
Lincoln Electric System Offers Customers $3 Million in Program Incentives
Lincoln Electric System's Sustainable Energy Program returns this year with $3 million in incentive funds available to customers to help make their homes or businesses more energy efficient.

Schools Benefit from Wind Projects...
Energy Department Announces Partnership with DWEA to Support Wind for Schools Program
The Wind Program announced that the Distributed Wind Energy Association (DWEA) has been selected as a partner to support the long-term sustainability of the Wind for Schools program.

Clean Energy Economy...
Clean Jobs Midwest Report Available
The Clean Energy Trust partnered with BW Research and Environmental Entrepreneurs to design a comprehensive clean jobs survey for the Midwest and 12 states in the region. According to Clean Jobs Midwest, the region currently employs...

Energy Statistics Agriculture & Energy In the Classroom Energy Tips
Nebraska Energy Prices, Consumption, Expenditures and More...
Latest Energy Statistics
One of the required duties of the Energy Office is to "develop and maintain a program of collection, compilation, and analysis of energy statistics." Continuously throughout the year, data series are updated as new information becomes available. Some series are updated weekly, monthly, annually or less frequently.
Getting the Most from Your Energy Dollar...
Using Energy Wisely on the Farm and Ranch

There’s no avoiding this reality in farming: Direct energy accounts for 5 to 7 percent of farm expenditures; indirect energy accounts for 9 to 10 percent.
Lessons for K-12...
A Toolkit for Teachers and Parents

The Coloring and Activity Book was developed by Bioenergy Technologies Office (BETO) as part of its OPERATION BioenergizeME initiative. It is designed for children as a fun learning tool to inform them about bioenergy and raise their awareness of alternative fuel sources...
Tips for Saving Energy This Summer...
Ways to Save Energy and Money at Home

Although your first thought for cooling may be air conditioning, there are many alternatives that provide cooling with less energy use. You might also consider fans, evaporative coolers, or heat pumps as your primary means of cooling.
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