Loup Installs Electric Vehicle Charging Station
Loup Power district is proud to announce the installation of an electric vehicle (EV) charging station at the District’s General Office in Columbus. There are two dedicated parking spots for EV owners who want to “fuel up” while shopping, running errands, or eating out.
Loup Power Delivers Lease Payments
Loup Power District officials recently presented lease payment checks totaling nearly $1.25 million to area communities. Each of these communities owns their electric distribution systems. These payments compensate them for the use of those systems for the second quarter of 2021.
Matt Rosno Promoted to Headworks Mechanic
Loup Power District recently promoted Matt Rosno to Headworks Mechanic. In his new role, Rosno is responsible for maintaining District vehicles and equipment at the Genoa Headworks. He also troubleshoots the mechanical components of the District’s dredge, the Pawnee II.
Dave Shanno Marks 25 Years at Loup
Shanno joined Loup in 1996 as a Lineman/Serviceman at Albion. He was promoted to Journeyman Lineman in 1997 while retaining his serviceman title. His duties include handling the Albion stores work, street light maintenance, and installing and maintaining new customer services.
Dan Hellbusch Marks 35 Years at Loup
Hellbusch joined Loup in 1986 as an Apprentice Lineman in Columbus. Later that year he was promoted to Lineman and he was named St. Edward Local Superintendent in 1989. In 1994, he was promoted to Columbus Division Superintendent. Hellbusch was promoted to his current position of Vice President of Operations in 2014.
Tom Wood Marks 30 Years at Loup
Wood joined Loup in 1991 as Apprentice Lineman at Fullerton. He was promoted to Lineman in 1993 and to Journeyman Lineman in 1997. In 2005, Wood was promoted to Line Foreman in the Fullerton Division.