Affiliate of the Month
Public power organizations and industry professionals affiliated with Hometown Connections help promote our products and services to APPA members within their state or region. Each month, we profile an affiliate in recognition of their service to Hometown Connections and the APPA membership.
NEBRASKA MUNICIPAL POWER POOL
NMPP Energy is a nonprofit, member-owned organization providing electricity, natural gas and utility related services to nearly 200 member communities across six Midwestern and mountain states. The Nebraska Municipal Power Pool (NMPP) is the service organization of NMPP Energy. It provides services to member municipalities in a variety of energy and management areas. NMPP was formed in 1975 by 19 communities who worked together to achieve bargaining strength in the power industry.
The NMPP/NMPP Energy website is https://www.nmppenergy.org/.
NMPP’s HOMETOWN CONNECTIONS CONTACT
The primary Hometown Connections contact for NMPP is Bob Selzer.
As the Director, Retail Utility Services, Communications & Information Technology, Bob oversees and directs all activities of the Nebraska Municipal Power Pool (NMPP), the service organization of NMPP Energy. He manages the full line of quality energy and utility related services including distribution, management, computer services, economic development, and energy research & development funding to the nearly 200 member municipalities. Originally from Sidney, Neb., Bob began his professional career at the Wheat Belt Public Power District in Sidney. After holding a variety of positions at Seward Co. RPPD, the Nebraska Rural Electric Association, the Wyoming Rural Electric Association and the Wyoming Rural Telecommunications Cooperative, Bob returned to Nebraska and was named Public Information Officer for the Nebraska State Historical Society in Lincoln. He began employment at NMPP Energy in 2001 as Manager of Communications. Bob is married to Ann Selzer and has three children and six grandchildren.
Bob can be reached by phone at (402) 474-4759 or via e-mail at email@example.com.
Here is a full listing of public power organizations affiliated with Hometown Connections.