North Dakota’s Capitol Hill cohort communicated proud support of Project Tundra during a recent tour at Minnkota's Milton R. Young Station.
Minnkota Power Cooperative is reaching new heights with its LiDAR-based survey program.
With COVID-19 precautions in place, Minnkota crews have continued through a full docket of projects – and the work is paying off for members.
The carbon capture initiative is finding the support and partners needed for ultimate success.
3D design software is giving Minnkota opportunities for more efficient engineering and construction.
Minnkota will celebrate 80 years of power generation and transmission in 2020, but the past decade has been among the most dynamic in the cooperative’s history.
Minnkota has received $9.8 million in federal grant funding to move forward on a Project Tundra design study.
As Minnkota’s blink outage efforts wind down, line rebuild projects ramp up.
Minnkota data results show blink outages have declined dramatically over hundreds of miles of treated line.
A major Minnkota distribution automation project aims to improve outage response and communication with member-owners.
Minnkota recognizes team of University of North Dakota students for developing an innovative health prototype for patients with stability impairments.
Minnkota and the University of North Dakota are partnering to develop new technology to protect power facility control systems.
The tax exemption legislation will help North Dakota's coal-based power facilities move forward with carbon capture efforts.
Minnkota Power and Square Butte Cooperatives gather to reflect on a successful 2018 and discuss the challenges of the future.
Minnkota Power Cooperative has wrapped up a major conversion project to prepare for the heightened electricity needs of the Fargo-West Fargo community.
During ice events, Minnkota leverages engineering, muscle and teamwork to keep the power on for its members.