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New energy sources are changing how the utility grid works

New energy sources are changing how the utility grid works

A study from the U.S. Department of Energy describes how coal plants, wind turbines and solar cells can share the same power lines.

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Grassroots advocacy is all about you, and it’s time to get involved!

Grassroots advocacy is all about you, and it’s time to get involved!

People in iconic green shirts backing Iowa’s electric co-ops have been canvassing the state, appearing at political events and visiting Iowa and federal lawmakers. 

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Find out how power is restored after a major storm

Find out how power is restored after a major storm

Restoring the power after a severe storm involves much more than just flipping a switch at a substation or pulling a fallen tree off a downed power line.

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Energy-Saving
Tip of the Week

Energy-Saving | Tip of the Week

Adding a room to your home?

Your existing heating and cooling system may not be able to handle the additional load without running overtime, so consider installing a mini-split ductless heat pump in the new room. 

  

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Co-op Cooks:
Recipe of the Week

Co-op Cooks: | Recipe of the Week

French Onion Pan Rolls

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Enter the monthly
Editor's Choice Contest

Enter the monthly | Editor's Choice Contest

Win a powerful vacuum that cleans from floor to ceiling!

Use this cordless vacuum as an upright or detach the canister and use it with an extension wand for accessing hard-to-reach areas.

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