Minnkota has released a new 12-minute video that tells the story of its carbon capture initiative, Project Tundra.
The latest Project Tundra simulations show promising properties for CO2 injection and storage near Minnkota's Milton R. Young Station.
From innovative engineering to flawless work in the field, Minnkota is working to enhance and improve its demand response system.
Minnkota’s member cooperatives are building out a network of electric vehicle fast chargers to help connect the service area.
3D design software is giving Minnkota opportunities for more efficient engineering and construction.
New 3D geophysical survey results will help clear another hurdle for Project Tundra's future.
Baudette’s LakeWood Health Center is one of more and more northern Minnesota facilities that are incorporating telemedicine into their care.
Digital defense takes people power at Minnkota, from education to implementation.
Roseau Electric Cooperative’s NorthStream Fiber aims to provide a high-speed internet connection for unserved and underserved Minnesotans.
A geophysical survey seeks to shake out vital subsurface information for North Dakota carbon storage projects like Project Tundra.
Six Minnesota counties are now bringing their garbage to a unique and efficient waste and recyclable material processing facility in Fosston.
Minnkota joined West Fargo Public Schools and its partners to unveil North Dakota's first all-electric school bus.
Minnkota and the University of North Dakota are partnering to develop new technology to protect power facility control systems.
Carbon capture research continues to gain momentum at Minnkota's Milton R. Young Station with the help of industry partners.
Minnkota's research partnerships are harnessing both academic and commercial UAS expertise to find more efficient ways to inspect power lines.
Minnkota embarks on a microwave tower overhaul, bringing its system into the digital age.