More than 40% of Minnkota Power Cooperative’s energy comes from wind and other renewables.
One of two winners of the Carbon XPrize has ties to electric co-ops and reduced CO2 emissions.
Carbon from Basin Electric synthetic fuels plant repurposed for commercial use.
Phase 3 of the project includes testing and data collection at Dry Fork Station.
Co-op-supported Wyoming Integrated Test Center highlights carbon capture research.
Researchers are studying ways to store CO2 underground or turn it into marketable products.
A co-op-sponsored project could ultimately store 50 million tons of carbon underground.
Final bill doesn’t include provisions for co-ops to more easily begin carbon-capture programs.
The bill also would make it easier for co-ops to do carbon-capture projects to reduce CO2 emission