Basin Electric employee featured for community involvement

Community betterment is the co-op way. Some employees such as Erin Huntimer, however, go above and beyond average involvement. Huntimer, Basin … [Read more...]

Powering America with energy and jobs

The following was published by the National Rural Electric Cooperative Association (NRECA) on Aug. 2, 2017. An excerpt is published here, with … [Read more...]

46 years is the employment record to beat at Basin Electric

Doug Bjornson, mechanic I at Antelope Valley Station, set a new record at Basin Electric. When he retired July 7, he did so with the title of the … [Read more...]

Basin Electric employees providing service beyond electricity

Basin Electric encourages service beyond providing electricity, and it's not uncommon to see the co-op's employees doing hands-on volunteer work. This … [Read more...]

Lignite Energy Council features Basin’s Backyard Garden

Burleigh County Senior Center

When the Basin's Backyard Garden volunteers were planting their fourth crop in May, the Lignite Energy Council visited to learn more. They are … [Read more...]

Model railroad hobby is just the ticket for Basin Electric employee

It’s not every day a person’s job and hobby intersect. But, that’s the case for Micheal Farley, Basin Electric senior fleet administrator, who … [Read more...]

Avoiding the energy rush hour

Turning off lights when no one is in the room, or turning off the TV when no one’s watching it helps reduce the amount of energy a household … [Read more...]

Power to keep the electric bill low

Every day, all day people flip on the lights, turn on their TVs, charge their cell phones and use electricity for various aspects of their daily … [Read more...]

Artists work on second phase of Basin Electric-sponsored Bismarck Alley Art

Elizabeth White Alley 5.5 art

Before anything was there, you had to direct people to a specific patch of wall like this: above the dumpsters and below the window sills. But now, … [Read more...]

Dry Fork Station creates positive energy at Boys and Girls Club of Campbell County

In Campbell County, Wyoming, where the depression and suicide rate among teens is alarmingly high, the activities committee at Dry Fork Station has … [Read more...]