The facility, in Hampton’s GlynOaks Plaza development, is home to the four organizations of NMPP Energy, a joint action agency that includes the Nebraska Municipal Power Pool (utility-related services), Municipal Energy Agency of Nebraska (wholesale electricity supply), National Public Gas Agency (wholesale natural gas supply) and the Public Alliance for Community Energy (retail natural gas supply). The organizations collectively serve 192 communities in six Midwest and Rocky Mountain states.
“NMPP Energy is a great addition to GlynOaks Plaza, Lincoln’s
According to NMPP Energy Executive Director Gary Stauffer, the new facility will provide long-term savings and offers improved workspace functionality for the 50 employees serving the four organizations. NMPP Energy’s move to its new building from downtown Energy Square is expected to save between $2.3 and 3.1 million in operating costs over 30 years. The 27,000 square-foot facility features many energy efficient technologies to cut operational costs, including thermal heat pumps, room light sensors, optimal day lighting, tinted glass and shades that reduce/retain heat gain. State of the art technologies allow for video conferencing and webinars, which cut down on travel for NMPP Energy’s constituents.
“Our motto among our member communities is ‘Working Together Works’ and that philosophy carried over to this wonderful facility in working with Hampton Construction and all the first-class contractors,”
Hampton Construction, a division of Hampton Enterprises, Inc., offers six decades of expertise in each phase of the building process, including site selection, development, building methods, financing, and overall construction management. Founded in 1948 by Joe Hampton, Hampton Enterprises is celebrating more than 60 years in business. Visit www.hampton1.com or call (402) 489-8858.