Municipal Energy Agency of Nebraska

The Municipal Energy Agency of Nebraska (MEAN) is the not-for-profit wholesale electricity supply organization of NMPP Energy. Created in 1981, MEAN provides cost-based power supply, transmission and related services to 69 participating communities in four states: Colorado, Iowa, Nebraska and Wyoming.


MEAN member communities benefit from local control over power supply options. Each MEAN member community has a voting representative and works cooperatively to provide the lowest possible rates and achieve the highest quality of service to their respective end-use customers. MEAN has a successful history of serving its members’ needs with reliable, economical electricity and related services.


MEAN offers cost-based, long-term power supply. As a member-driven organization, MEAN's member communities are the owners and reap the benefits of any operational gains.

MEAN Energy Efficiency Programs

The Municipal Energy Agency of Nebraska, in partnership with its local electric utilities, provides a suite of four energy effiency programs to assist customers.

Investor Relations

The Investor Relations page contains information about MEAN's business for stockholders, potential investors and financial analysts.

MEAN's Power Supply

MEAN has a diverse power supply through electric generation ownership and power purchase agreements.

Additional Resources

  • Explanation of Mean Power and Energy Bill
    • For a detailed explanation of MEAN's wholesale power and energy bill ►click here
  • MEAN's Integrated Resource Plan (IRP)
    • The Integrated Resource Plan is updated every five years and serves as a road map for MEAN to meet its electric load obligations ►click here to view
  • MEAN Scholarship: MEAN scholarship Application