North Dakota’s Capitol Hill cohort communicated proud support of Project Tundra during a recent tour at Minnkota's Milton R. Young Station.
The carbon capture initiative is finding the support and partners needed for ultimate success.
The U.S. Department of Energy has awarded funding to the Energy and Environmental Research Center for the next research phase of Project Tundra.
New 3D geophysical survey results will help clear another hurdle for Project Tundra's future.
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.
A geophysical survey seeks to shake out vital subsurface information for North Dakota carbon storage projects like Project Tundra.
Minnkota recognizes team of University of North Dakota students for developing an innovative health prototype for patients with stability impairments.
Minnkota generation partner BNI Coal will research and test ways to improve its already award-winning reclamation processes.
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.