NMPP Board approves two new Champion businesses

The Nebraska Municipal Power Pool Board of Directors approved two new champions at their board meeting in June.

The Board approved the Marsh McLennan Agency, based in La Vista, Neb., and Premier Energy, based in Grand Island, Neb.

Marsh McLennan Agency provides business insurance, employee health and benefits, retirement, and private client insurance solutions to organizations and individuals seeking limitless possibilities. With 9,000 colleagues and 160 offices across North America, we combine the personalized service model of a local consultant with the global resources of the world’s leading professional services firm.

Premier Energy is a Nebraska-based developer and operator of solar, energy storage and microgrid systems.

The NMPP Champions program is for businesses and organizations that support NMPP Energy’s effort to provide products and services to member communities. For information on becoming a NMPP Energy Champion business, contact Amanda Hansen at (800) 234-2595.

The Voice of Choice

“ACE has returned more than $74,000 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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"On top of providing revenue back to our City ACE also offers local groups the opportunity to participate in community clean-up events, which benefits our community and provides funds for local groups."
Tricia Allen
City Clerk, Blue Hill, Neb.
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"The distribution of ACE funds back to the Gordon community have assisted with a skate park, needed repairs at the community swimming pool and equipment for our police department."
Glen Spaugh
City Manager, Gordon, Neb.
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“Our community has used funds from ACE’s revenue return program for many projects, including assisting with umpire fees for the summer ball program, general park improvements, signage for Mill Race Park and Blue Bird Trail, and upgrading the camper sites at Mill Race Park.”
Shelly Wieneke
Deputy Clerk, Atkinson, Neb.
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