Electric Power Conference At UNL On Monday
Posted: 21 September, 2012
LINCOLN (AP) - Nebraska officials will have a chance to learn more about the potential cost of different electric power options at a conference.
State Sen. Ken Haar, of Lincoln, says the Energy Choices conference will be held Monday on the University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s East Campus. Haar says he wants to make sure Nebraska’s public power districts consider all the potential costs of relying on coal, natural gas and nuclear fuels for most of the state’s electricity. Haar says Nebraska utilities should consider doing more to develop wind energy in the state.