1 Welcome to SWPPD
Welcome to SWPPD
Located in Palisade serving five counties in Southwest Nebraska including: Chase, Dundy, Hayes, Hitchcock, and Red Willow. Servicing 2,471 miles of line, 6,170 meters, and over 89,000 hp of irrigation load.
2 Home Energy Safety
Home Energy Safety
Seasonal safety tips can help you be more prepared for everything from severe weather to safe Holiday decorating. SWPPD is your source for electrical safety. Be safe around electricity!
3 Energy Smart
Want to become more energy efficient? Use our Home Energy Suite Calculator for low cost tips to save money and see Kid's Korner to help kids become energy smart. Also, learn about EnergyWise Rebates available for energy improvements.
4 Contact Us
SWPPD is here for you. Reach out to us anytime! "Providing Powerful Solutions for Changing Times."
General Manager Curtis Kayton will keep you updated with monthly articles from SWPPD about industry news, safety tips, and ways to save you money. Also, this is your direct link to the Nebraska Rural Electric Association. Here you will find information about industry and political events and you can also sign-up for notifications.
We Value Your Opinion
Southwest Public Power District is committed to providing the best possible customer service. We value input from our customers and invite you to use the Contact Us form to share your comments, concerns, questions and suggestions. Compliments are accepted as well! Rest assured that all correspondence will be reviewed and handled with professional confidence and courtesy.
Board of Directors
In March of 1945, the Southwest Electric Membership Corporation was born and electric light took its first steps to become an active part of life in southwest Nebraska. At the time nine men were elected to the board of directors. Many things in the electrical industry have changed over the years but one thing remains the same, continued leadership and dedication to the electrical needs of southwest Nebraska.
- Seal air leaks; save energy 05-Mar-2014
- Cable, satellite boxes to become more energy efficient 25-Feb-2014
- Install CO alarms properly 19-Feb-2014
- Practice electrical safety at work, too 11-Feb-2014
- Cold spots in home can indicate air leaks, poor insulation 05-Feb-2014