CONSERVATION NEWS IN NEBRASKA
Nebraska Public Power District approves net-zero carbon by 2050 Goal
With the adoption of this policy, NPPD joins Omaha Public Power District (OPPD) and Lincoln Electric System (LES), Nebraska’s other two major electric utilities, who have already committed to decarbonization.
Watch: 2021 Lincoln City Council Environmental Forum
This forum provided an important opportunity for voters to get to know the 2021 Lincoln City Council candidates and their positions on environmental issues facing our community. This forum focused on questions regarding a wide range of important environmental issues,...
LES Board Commits to Net-Zero Carbon by 2040
LINCOLN – At its November 20th Board Meeting, Lincoln Electric System (LES) voted unanimously to commit to net-zero carbon by 2040. Nebraska Conservation Voters (NCV), a statewide organization that advocates for policies to protect the environment for future...
OPPD approves zero carbon by 2050 Goal “Historic, forward-thinking leadership that benefits all Nebraskans”
OMAHA - Nebraska Conservation Voters (NCV), a statewide organization that advocates for policies to protect the environment for future generations, lauded the November 14th vote by the Omaha Public Power District (OPPD) Board of Directors to adopt a goal of zero...
Lincoln Journal Star: Utilities Should Prioritize
Nearly six of every 10 Lancaster County residents surveyed last month said they want Nebraska to get 100% of its electricity from clean, renewable energy sources by 2050.
New poll shows majority of Omaha/Lincoln voters want 100% clean energy
“These poll results demonstrate that there is broad, bipartisan support for clean energy,” said Eliot Bostar, Executive Director of Nebraska Conservation Voters.