Take a look at the important steps for choosing an EV and effectively charging it at home.

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Like nearly all technological advancements, energy storage technology continues to evolve. Where storage technology is being evaluated to be most affordable and efficient for consumers is for larger scale, energy and electricity use.

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May is National Electrical Safety Month! Not only does the month bring spring storms and potentially severe weather, but it also heralds the beginning of the celebration season for many high school students, especially seniors. Share these important tips with those you love.

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Check out these 10 easy ways to celebrate Earth Day, every day!

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Spring weather will come our way eventually, and when it does arrive, there are some specific things to look out for regarding electric safety. Remember, you can’t see, smell or hear electricity, so it’s very important to take these precautions seriously.

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Soon the grass will turn green, flowers will sprout up and birds will sing. With the arrival of spring, you will likely start seeing ads for lawn mowers. What’s the best option to select?

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Did you know squirrels, lightning and trees have something in common? They all have the potential to knock out your electricity. Iowa’s electric cooperatives work hard to keep your lights on 24/7, but unplanned circumstances can occasionally create power outages.

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Learn what cell phones and digital meters have in common and how electric cooperatives are using technology to better serve members.

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In the next 20 years, some finance experts project that EVs will account for 35 percent of all new vehicle sales. For the past two years in Iowa, EV sales have hovered around 1 percent of the overall total, with some months inching toward 2 percent. While this type of fast growth may seem unrealistic, history shows us it would not be unusual for rapid growth to transform the transportation industry.

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September is National Preparedness Month, and the Department of Homeland Security’s Federal Emergency Management Agency is encouraging all of us to prepare for emergencies. But most of us do better when we prepare for the routine, the extraordinary and the unexpected. For electric cooperatives in Iowa, preparation plays a huge role in ensuring that our members have the electricity they need as soon as they flip a light switch or start an appliance. 

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