News

Read the latest news regarding ACE and its Nebraska member communities.

The annual selection dates have been set for the Nebraska Choice Gas program for 2021. The selection period will run from March 18-April 22, extending the traditional annual two-week selection period to five weeks and one day. Direct marketing...
The City of Alliance, Neb., is using funding from its ACE (Public Alliance for Community Energy) revenue return to help fund an after-school playground project at the Alliance Recreation Center. The playground, expected to be installed this...
ACE (Public Alliance for Community Energy) presented 2021 Project of the Year awards to two of its member communities at its Board of Directors meeting March 4. Through its revenue return program, ACE returns funds to its 75 Nebraska member...
The ACE Board of Directors recently approved a revenue distribution of $400,000 to its 75 member communities through ACE’s revenue return program. Through the program, the ACE Board may vote to return revenue to its member communities. Since...
The Public Alliance for Community Energy (ACE) elected Board of Director officers and at-large Executive Committee members for fiscal year 2021-22 at the ACE board annual meeting held Jan. 20. Those re-elected as Board of Director officers for a...
The City of Sidney, Neb., City Council recently approved upgrading its Sidney Legion Park’s softball field with a new lighting system with its revenue funds from ACE, the Public Alliance for Community Energy. The new lights will be a significant...
The City of Terrytown, Neb. was recently welcomed as a new member community of ACE, raising ACE's overall membership to 75 Nebraska communities. Along with joining ACE, the City also became a member of the Nebraska Municipal Power Pool, the...
The NMPP Energy Joint Operating Committee held annual officer elections for fiscal year 2020-21 at its September board meeting in Lincoln. The 12-member committee consists of the three representatives from each of the four NMPP Energy...
ACE presented Project of the Year awards to two of its member communities. Through its revenue return program, ACE returns funds to its 75 Nebraska member communities. These funds are used by each community for various community betterment...

The Voice of Choice

“ACE has returned more than $63,000 to the City of Neligh through its revenue return program. We’ve always used our ACE funds for community improvement projects such as a county-wide alert system, playground equipment and other park improvements.”
Dale Wilkinson
Neligh, Neb.
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"ACE has always emphasized the importance of having competition and of driving the price down for the benefit of Choice Gas customers. ACE also does a great job of serving as an advocate for customers -- that's something that I emphasize a great deal with our local customers."
Randy Horst
Gurley, Neb.
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"Oshkosh is proud to say we have been a member of ACE for more than 20 years! Some of our ACE revenue checks have been used for our new swimming pool, a batting cage for the baseball field and park shade structures. This is noticeable evidence for years to come of how Oshkosh residents will benefit...
LeAnn Brown
Oshkosh, Neb.
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