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NPPD's Smart Meter Installation
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Lead Organization:
Nebraska Public Power District
HQ Location:
Columbus, Nebraska
Project Contact Information:

Name: Joel Dagerman
Email: jdager@nppd.com

Project URL:
Project Summary:

This project is sponsored by Nebraska Public Power District (NPPD). It involves the installation of approximately 70,000 two-way meters (Aclara TWACs) which equates to approximately 85% of NPPD’s Retail service territory. In 2007, this program was successfully implemented in Milford and Seward. In 2008, NPPD replaced meters in Chadron /Gordon/Rushville area, Humboldt /Pawnee City area, Plattsmouth and Winnebago. Norfolk and Tilden areas will make the switch to AMI in 2009 while Alma, Kearney, Butte, and Ogallala areas will be converted in 2010, Scottsbluff and York in 2011, and McCook and Aurora in 2012 [1]. The project is expected to complete in 2015 with the total project value of $20 million. As of August 2010, 29,000 meters have been installed at cost of $7.6 million [2].

Additional Information:

For additional information, please contact Joel Dagerman (jdager@nppd.com).


[1] NPPD AMI page. URL: http://v1.nppd.com/Newsroom/NewsRelease.asp?NewsReleaseID=346
[2] This information was submitted by Ken Curry, Strategic Planning, Nebraska Public Power District on Aug 03, 2010.