Montana Has Some Good Renewable Energy Policies

It’s interesting to compare the different renewable energy policies in area states.  Minnesota, Iowa and Montana have some good policies to help their residents invest in, and benefit from more home grown, terror free, renewable energy.  They have developed more regional scale renewable energy projects for schools, farms and cities. Here’s the Montana site: Montana Incentives for…
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DORGAN SAYS RENEWABLE-ENERGY POWERED LANDFILL MAKES FARGO A NATIONAL LEADER

Thanks to Senator Dorgan for being such a strong leader for helping North Dakota develop more of our home grown, renewable resources.  He and Senator Conrad and Congressman Pomeroy are all working hard to include more funding for renewable energy development in the coming US Farm Bill.  They’ve all been promoting renewable energy before it was…
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Iowa Has Some Great Home Grown, Renewable Energy Programs

We hear a lot about some of the great progress being made in Minnesota for helping develop more home grown, terror free, renewable energy, but Iowa also has some good legislation in place. Visit Iowa’s renewable energy web-site to encourage residents to invest in, and benefit from the deveopment of their renewable resources.  Some of…
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Info On Different Types Of Biodiesel Cold Flow Properties

NDSU has been on the front lines of Biodiesel research for years.  Many folks don’t realize they’ve been instrumental in the research for the use of canola for biodiesel for years.  Their studies have been helpful to determine some of the the different cold flow properties of Biodiesel dependant on the feedstock used.  Thanks to…
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Governors Report: Renewable Energy Bills Status In Session

It’s been fun for us at NDREP working with the Governors office and both parties at the legislature to increase our states development of home grown, terror free, renewable energy.  We’re only 1/3 through the session and have some improvements to make on the bills, but it is encouraging to see our elected officials realizing…
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