NORFOLK, Neb. (KCAU) — As the world shifts away from traditional fuel sources, one Siouxland community is also working towards renewable fuels.
Norfolk community leaders on Thursday welcomed a statewide organization called Renew Nebraska. The group aims to encourage clean energy investments in communities throughout northeast Nebraska.
“There’s a reason we chose to do this announcement in Norfolk, because northeast Nebraska is where a lot of the clean energy development has happened in recent years. and we have seen the real-life benefits of that,” said Norfolk Mayor Josh Moenning.
The co-chairs of Renew Nebraska include Moenning, State Senator Eliot Bostar and a retired Nucor GM and Board Director of the Omaha Public Power District.