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CPPD tackles expected 10-year growth

September 6, 2011

Custer Public Power is looking down the road, 10 years down the road. And what they are seeing is growth. And with this growth comes a need for more power.
Last Thursday, Nebraska Public Power Sub T and Planning Supervisor Evan Kinney presented a plan to address what NPPDs study sees in the future.
“The ultimate goal,” explained Kinney, “is to treat the sub-transmission system as one integrated system. And to have the power companies work together to meet the needs of all parties.”
These needs include load growth, capacity, condition and back-up.

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