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An updated map of Navigator CO2 Ventures' proposed carbon pipeline through Iowa.

Navigator enters agreement with world’s largest ethanol producer

Navigator CO2 Ventures announced June 7 they will be providing carbon capture, utilization and storage (CCUS) services to POET on the planned Heartland Greenway...
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Iowa Utilities Board sets partial review schedule for Duane Arnold Solar projects

The Iowa Utilities Board has formally accepted the applications for a pair of utility-scale solar projects near the former Duane Arnold Energy Center near...

MidAmerican Energy proposes $3.9 billion ‘Wind PRIME’ renewable energy project

MidAmerican Energy has announced plans for a $3.9 billion renewable energy project in Iowa, including wind and solar generation, and the exploration of new...

Linn County opposes eminent domain for carbon dioxide pipeline projects

In a letter to the Iowa Utilities Board Monday, the Linn County Board of Supervisors has submitted its formal opposition to using eminent domain...

Linn County residents, environmental groups resisting CO2 pipeline efforts

A proposed carbon dioxide pipeline by Texas-based Navigator CO2 Ventures, called Heartland Greenway, that would run through the Corridor is drawing heavy criticism from...
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Alliant Energy announces plans for Iowa’s largest solar and battery facility

Alliant Energy announced this morning that it intends to acquire the first two phases of solar energy production, plus a battery storage component for...

Solar farm next best thing

The irony of what is happening in Palo with a proposed large-scale solar farm is too rich to ignore. NextEra Energy chose to close Palo’s...

Mortenson at forefront of wind energy boom

When Mortenson erected its first turbine 26 years ago in rural Iowa, wind energy hadn’t quite hit the mainstream in the Midwest.

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