As revenue falls with natural gas prices, Tenaska builds renewable energy profile

By Cole Epley, Omaha World-Herald

Making money in the energy business isn’t nearly as easy as it was in 2008, when natural gas was fetching more than five times the price it’s bringing today.

But Omaha-based Tenaska didn’t have any investments in wind energy at that time, nor did it have any holdings in solar power, which these days are helping offset margins that have cratered with natural gas prices, the company said.

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Doug Perry, Asset Manager for Tenaska, serves as an advisor to Nebraskans for Solar’s Board of Directors.