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2022 Iowa City Area Parade of Homes set for June 4-12

The 55th annual Iowa City Area HBA Parade of Homes, presented by Hills Bank and Urban Acres Real Estate and hosted by the Greater...
DEV2022, Andrew Busch, Iowa Utility Association

Iowa Utility Association speakers talk electric vehicles, renewable energy

For organizations willing to take the initiative, looking into new technology like renewable energy and electric vehicle (EV) programs could have a huge payoff,...
Iowa City Transit electric buses

Iowa City Transit named ‘Most Collaborative’ for electric bus fleet

The U.S. Department of Transportation’s (USDOT) Federal Transit Administration (FTA) recognized 10 transit agencies for helping combat climate change through its Sustainable Transit for...

ICAD quarterly investor council meeting previews development projects

City officials from Iowa City, Coralville, North Liberty, Tiffin and Solon met Feb. 17 to highlight 2022 development projects that will shape the Corridor...

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...

MidAmerican Energy Foundation announces grants to Iowa organizations, communities

The MidAmerican Energy Foundation has released its third quarter grants, awarding more than $500,000 to 15 organizations across Iowa. The foundation, which is funded by...

MidAmerican Energy announces $560,000 in foundation grants

The MidAmerican Energy Foundation has released its second-quarter grants, awarding 23 organizations a total of $569,720. The recipients work to address critical needs like...
wind energy

Clean energy already provides reliable baseload power

By Katie Rock | Guest Column Our energy system is in the midst of a dramatic clean energy transformation.

Wind on the rise in Iowa

Iowa’s wind, which last year became the state’s largest source of electrical power, has reached something of a tipping point, energy leaders say. “Wind and...

Wind on the rise in Iowa

Iowa’s wind, which last year became the state’s largest source of electrical power, has reached something of a tipping point, energy leaders say. “Wind and...

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