We’ve powered our communities for more than a century. And we’ll keep providing the reliable, low-cost electricity our customers depend on as we transition to new technologies and energy sources.
It’s our people that set us apart.
Read our full Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) Report to learn about how we impact the communities we serve.
The world needs pollinators. This is especially true in our agriculture-rich service area, as the U.S. Department of Agriculture states that almost all fruit and grain crops in the U.S. depend on pollinators.
Our Hoot Lake Solar project is designated as Habitat Friendly Solar. Learn more about how we’re supporting pollinators and minimizing environmental impact at the site.
Habitat for Humanity has a clear vision: A world where everyone has a decent place to live. We’ve helped fulfill that vision by providing heat pumps, LED light fixtures, and LED bulbs to make homes more energy efficient and reduce ongoing energy costs.
Learn more about our tradition of giving to and caring for the communities we serve.
In 2022 our owned and contracted energy generation (not including MISO market purchases) was 41% renewable.
We’ve reduced carbon emissions 43% from 2005 levels.
With our recirculating cooling systems, we reused 2.2 billion gallons of water in 2022.
Our investments in customer energy efficiency programs helped Minnesota customers save more than 50,354 MWH and South Dakota customers 6,068 MWH.
We’ve powered our communities for more than a century. And we’ll keep providing the reliable, low-cost electricity our customers depend on.
Read our full Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) Report and learn how we’re transitioning to new energy sources, protecting the environment, partnering for positive change, and delivering power for local communities to thrive.