The Iowa Department of Cultural Affairs will begin accepting applications August 29 from communities and regions seeking state grants under the Iowa Great Places program.
The U.S. Senate confirmed President Barack Obama’s appointment of Norman Bay and Cheryl LaFleur to the 5-member Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) earlier this month.
The Pull the Plug Program that provides recycling of unwanted appliances is temporarily unavailable until further notice.
Be aware of your energy consumption, and try to get in the habit of using energy efficiently year-round.
Iowa’s electric cooperatives have concerns with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s proposed carbon dioxide emissions regulations on existing power facilities. The proposed regulations, which were released this week, create uncertainty about America’s ongoing energy supply.
Over 200 cooperative supporters, including representatives from Southwest Iowa REC traveled to Des Moines on Wednesday, March 19 to advocate for electric cooperatives.
Scammers are busy again sending emails, with the subject line of PG&E Energy Statement, in order to get personal information. The email scam has targeted residents throughout the United States – including some Iowa electric cooperative member-consumers.