Basin Electric employee shows how electric vehicle industry is making strides with innovation

We all know the drill: summer comes along, the grass grows, and you fill your little red gas tank for the season and get the lawnmower running. … [Read more...]

NRECA Youth Tour honors bus driver for military service

National Rural Electric Cooperative Association (NRECA) recently published an article written by Victoria A. Rocha on North Dakota and Montana Youth … [Read more...]

Basin Electric employee’s labor of love to prevent child abuse

“Great childhoods don’t magically happen. They have to be purposeful,” Shauna Laber, Basin Electric senior property and right of way specialist, says … [Read more...]

Basin Electric employees continue involvement with Sleep in Heavenly Peace

  Basin Electric recently contributed $6,500 to the Sleep in Heavenly Peace, Brookings, South Dakota chapter. The money was enough to ensure that … [Read more...]

Basin Electric’s all-of-the-above generation approach is the right choice for reliable, affordable power

Let’s travel back in time to the multiple choice quizzes we were all so fond of in school. Don’t worry, you won’t be graded. When it comes to … [Read more...]

Lessons learned from one year of urea production at Dakota Gas

North Dakota’s first urea fertilizer production facility, located at Dakota Gasification Company’s Great Plains Synfuels Plant near Beulah, North … [Read more...]

Scientists sample rock one mile below the surface near Basin Electric facilities

How much thinking have you done on the porosity of rock? As kids, we see the effect of porosity when we pour water in a sandbox and it doesn’t … [Read more...]

Basin Electric employees volunteer for United Way summer hunger program

There are children in the Bismarck-Mandan (North Dakota) community who are going hungry. Missouri Slope Area United Way is fighting to eliminate this … [Read more...]

Basin Electric employee presents check for Cops and Kids Fishing Derby

The sport of fishing is much more than catching the biggest fish. To Basin Electric enterprise application architect III, James Decker, it means the … [Read more...]

A day in the life of Laramie River Station Shift Supervisor Jason Sackman

Six years ago, Jason Sackman, a young, hardworking man from Bismarck, North Dakota, left the Wisconsin co-op job he had known for 15 years to start a … [Read more...]