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Category Archives: Energy
Bottineau County elementary school students have discovered a simple saltine cracker can teach them about wind energy. These youngsters were among about 4,100 North Dakota students who joined millions of youth nationwide on Oct. 5 for “Wired for Wind,” the 4-H National Youth Science … Continue reading
A project that will develop an advanced biofuel from energy beets and provide growers across North Dakota with a new industrial crop is taking another important step forward, fueled by a significant two-year North Dakota Renewable Energy Council grant. “This … Continue reading
People renting a home or apartment have some ways to cut their energy bills and increase their comfort. “The key is to identify the biggest energy users in your situation and work to reduce those,” North Dakota State University Extension … Continue reading
The ethanol industry was quick to point out that several of the new Republicans elected to serve in Washington, D.C., hail from farm states.
The overall market impact of E15 will be negligible because biofuel production is expected to exceed growth in consumption. Continue reading