Electric Transportation Partners (ETP) is a private partner and co-founder of Nebraska Community Energy Alliance (NCEA), a government agency of municipalities, utilities and universities, that is building and promoting electric vehicle charging infrastructure in Nebraska.
NCEA collects charging data from each ChargePoint it deploys in Nebraska to demonstrate the economic and environmental benefits of electrified transportation. The reports are published monthly at necommunity.energy and at etpnebraska.com.
This site will be used primarily for customers of Nebraska's public power districts to purchase ChargePoint Home charging stations in order to participate in the utilities' incentive rebate programs. Each utility is engaged in three-year pilot studies of the effects of home charging on utility load in order to derive the benefits and mitigate the challenges of electrified transportation on a utility. The ChargePoint Home charging stations purchased through this site are the pilot subjects.
Anne McCollister, owner of ETP, also directs the funding and programs of NCEA.
Learn more about our work in Nebraska to develop the Nebraska Community Energy Alliance, a statewide organization that builds and promotes advanced technologies in transportation and buildings, advanced technologies that save energy, reduce carbon emissions and air pollution and cut costs.