It’s Go Time For North Dakota’s Renewable Energy!

The United States energy challenge is North Dakota’s great opportunity! It’s been gratifying to see the various energy groups around the state coming together to find more common ground on growing the role of renewables in our states energy mix. The North Dakota Renewable Energy Partnership has played a role in developing those burgeoning relationships.…
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Adding More Renewable Energy Will Improve ND’s Energy Marketability

The energy markets in our area and across the country have been changing and are going to continue to change.  North Dakota exports most of our states generated electricity to states that have recently adopted higher emmission and renewable energy objectives or standards.  Investing now in more research and development of North Dakota’s vast renewable energy resources will not…
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A Fantastic Joint Effort For Renewable Development In ND

It was another great week at the legislature for North Dakotans that want more state investment for developing our vast renewable energy resources.  Even though two of the primary bills (#2288 and #1506)that the North Dakota Renewable Energy Partnership helped formulate were heard simultaneously, we had plenty of great representation from our membership (57 members…
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Renewable Energy Bills Being Heard This Week!

Last week was a fantastic warm-up for this weeks hearings on Renewable Energy bill SB# 2288 .  This bill is targeted to help our residents invest in, and benefit from the development of our vast renewable resources here in North Dakota.    HB# 1506 Is a Renewable Energy Objective that uses current electrical generation as a baseline and…
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Pawlenty’s On To Home Grown Energy

Isn’t it great to see Minnesota raising the bar for achieving our areas vast potential for home grown, renewable energy?  It’s fun knowing that North Dakota has more and better renewable resources than any other state in the country.  Resources like wind, biomass, biofuel feedstocks to blend with our oil and coal to extend those non-renewable sources, help them burn…
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