Pop Quiz: Did You Know Fargo Has Been Getting Wind Power For Years?

If you venture about 50 miles west of Fargo, you’ve probably seen one of the first commercial scale wind turbines in the eastern part of the state near Valley City. You should have seen the wind turbine go!  Here’s a tidbit for you.  Did you know that the city of Fargo participation in a power…
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Windy Trip To Bismarck

Well winter’s back!  I-94 was a bit treacherous with blowing snow over the highway.  Luckily, it’s cold enough that it isn’t melting, so it’s not as slippery as it could have been. I think folks are getting into winter driving mode, there wasn’t one car in the ditch this trip! During my drive, besides watching…
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Investments In Home Grown Energy Reduce The Money Going To Middle East.

Some good citizens have expressed their concerns about the cost of investing in home grown, renewable energy developed here in the good old United States.  Most recent studies show that the net energy gain from the production of ethanol varies depending on the feedstock and production process, but in any of the new plants, ethanol creates more…
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SB# 2288 Article In Minot Daily News

Measure calls for renewable energy councilBy GWEN BRISTOL, Correspondent BISMARCK — With alternative fuels on the minds of most politicans and talk of lessening America’s dependence on foreign oil, Senate Bill 2288 was presented to the Senate Agriculture Committee Thursday. SB2288 combines several renewable energy initiatives and calls for the establishment of a Renewable Energy…
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More Home Grown Renewables Can Help Reduce Emissions

Our area Congressman are weighing in on the reality of climate change.   They have all been doing good work promoting more development of home grown, renewable energy and carbon capture methods to help reduce emissions from coal.  Each of them are working hard to help put more emphasis on renewable energy development programs in the…
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