Max Fire Department benefits from annual donation, training

Every October during Fire Prevention Month, Basin Electric's Charitable Giving Program donates $500 to the fire departments located near its … [Read more...]

Christmas comes to Culbertson

One person’s trash just might be another person’s Christmas tree. Employees at Basin Electric’s Culbertson Generation Station, located near … [Read more...]

Construction Zone

There’s a saying that there are two seasons in the Midwest: winter and construction season. Basin Electric has three major construction projects … [Read more...]

Retired Basin Electric truck reports for fire duty in Hazen

A truck that formerly served Basin Electric’s Transmission System Maintenance shop in Mandan, ND, will soon grace the streets of Hazen, ND, as part of … [Read more...]

Innovation still a hallmark of Basin Electric

Since its inception in 1961, Basin Electric has participated in many first-of-its-kind projects and commissioned many serial number-one pieces of … [Read more...]

Basin Electric partners with living things in some reclamation

Backer Bees

Commitment to the environment can be shown in a variety of ways. Following are a few ways Basin Electric keeps nature in mind in … [Read more...]

Energy tours provide perspective for Sioux Valley Energy directors and staff

Board directors and staff of Basin Electric Class C member cooperative Sioux Valley Energy, headquartered in Brandon, SD, made some stops Sept. 26 in … [Read more...]

Lignite Energy Council sponsors contest for leadership students in Coal Country

More than 80 students from Beulah, Center-Stanton, Hazen, Underwood, and Washburn, ND, high schools learned about mining, reclamation, and power plant … [Read more...]

Former Basin Electric coworkers remember longtime plant manager

Former longtime Laramie River Station Plant Manager Dallas Wade passed away Aug. 27 in Wheatland, WY. Wade, 69, started working for Basin Electric … [Read more...]

The solar eclipse through Basin Electric’s eyes

The 2017 solar eclipse is now just a memory, and the thousands of people who traveled near and far donning their cardboard glasses to catch a glimpse … [Read more...]