It's not everyday your CEO sits down for an interview with CNBNC, but on June 1, ours did just that.
Like most utilities, Black Hills Corporation faces substantial hiring needs over the next five years, as employees begin to exit the workforce in large numbers. That's why we recently came to the conclusion we needed to ramp up our relationships with the institutions that train the candidates who will replace those retirees.
Hopefully, the Environmental Protection Agency creates and enforces good rules. Of course, sometimes it’s hard to tell if they're getting it right every time. Energy Mommy Sarah Folsland recently addressed this issue on Keeping Energy Affordable in a three-part series about the EPA’s Clean Power Plan.
It’s election day. And in honor of our democracy, we’re learning how candidates save energy at home. Think of it as our very own version of US Weekly’s Stars – They’re just like us. Only instead of finding Kim Kardashian at the grocery store, we talked to respected political leaders about energy. So basically the same thing.
Most importantly, don’t forget to vote today. Check out your state’s Secretary of State site to find your voting place.
It seems counter-intuitive and more than a little greedy to spend tens of thousands of dollars building green energy facilities so you can live off the grid and then fight the power company because they aren’t paying you for the extra power you give back to the grid.
You’ve probably seen more than a few articles — maybe even a movie or two — about fracking.<