Lincoln Electric System News Release
LINCOLN – May 11, 2017, the boards of directors for both the Nebraska Public Power District and Lincoln Electric System will consider ending an agreement for electricity produced at NPPD’s Sheldon Station, a 225-megawatt facility outside of Hallam, Nebraska.
The boards are expected to vote on a termination and release agreement at their respective meetings. If approved, the Lincoln utility will pay NPPD $10.5 million to terminate its energy supply agreement at the end of 2017. Continue reading.
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