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NPPD rates won't increase in 2014

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Customers of Nebraska's largest public power utility will not see their electricity rates raise next year.
The Nebraska Public Power District recently voted to keep rates steady.

The utility had said earlier this year that it would likely need a 3.5 to 2 percent rate increase going into 2014.

NPPD President and CEO Pat Pope said continued efficiencies and a strong financial summer eliminated the need for a rate hike.
An estimated 600,000 Nebraskans in 86 counties purchase retail or wholesale electric power from the Nebraska Public Power District.

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