Inman, Nebraska

Utilities

Electricity:

 State Electric Power Deregulated.....   No

Electric System Operator: Nebraska Public Power District
  phone - Econ Dev: 800-282-6773 or 24-Hours: 877-275-6773
  website - www.nppd.com
  email - econdev@nppd.com
  comments -
Nebraska Public Power District (NPPD), the state's largest electric utility, has a diverse mix of generation, including nuclear, coal, hydro, gas and oil, and wind. NPPD delivers power to approximately 1 million Nebraskans and has ample capacity to meet the needs of new loads. Nebraska's electric costs are among the lowest in the nation. NPPD's professional Economic Development Team is available to assist with expansion and retention of existing business and new business locations. Contact the Economic Development Team by emailing econdev@nppd.com or by calling (800) 282-6773. Further information can be found online @ sites.nppd.com. Utility information can be found @ www.nppd.com.
Wholesale Supplier: Nebraska Public Power District
 
Additional Comments: Inman is provided electric service by NPPD's 34.5 kV substation with two incoming feeds at 34.5 kV and two outgoing feeds at a voltage of 7.2 kV. A 5 MV transformer supplies the community. These substations are tied into the statewide grid system.

 

 

 

Natural Gas:
Natural Gas Service Available..... Yes  
Supplier in Community..... Black Hills Energy  

 

Water:
Municipal water systems are not available in Inman. Individual wells provide water to residents.
Sanitation/Waste Water:
Name of Provider..... City of Inman  
Sewer Connection Fee..... No  
Inman has a municipal lagoon system with two cells. The system is designed to serve a population of 300. One of the two lift pumps, replaced in 2009, was funded by sewer revenues.
Telecommunications:
Name of Local Service Provider..... K & M Telephone  
K & M Telephone provides telecommunications services for the village of Inman with a digital central office in Chambers. DMS 10 switching is available along with DSL. Extended area service is available to Chambers and O'Neill.