Repricing co-ops’ federal debt could help them invest in broadband or replace aging equipment.
Researchers are studying ways to store CO2 underground or turn it into marketable products.
Current law in Minnesota obstructs beneficial electrification. Co-ops are working to change that.
The bill would provide a huge boost for co-ops struggling with the financial impacts of COVID-19.
Growing unemployment and declines in tourism, agriculture and oil prices are affecting co-ops.
Some co-op members are having trouble paying their electric bills after being laid off their jobs.
The impact on co-ops of lost electric sales and unpaid bills could total $10 billion through 2022.
The bill could help co-ops get broadband grants by showing which rural areas need service most.