2010 Energy Efficiency News for South Dakotans


July 2010
Heartland Headquarters Earns LEED Platinum Certification
Heartland Consumers Power District has received word from the United States Green Building Council that their new headquarters building in Madison, S.D., has earned Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Platinum Certification. It is the first newly-constructed building in South Dakota to achieve this highest green certification. ... (read more)
June 2010
Cities Win Energy Makeovers
Two South Dakota cities are among four communities that will soon see some relief in their own energy bills, thanks to energy makeovers courtesy of Heartland Consumers Power District. ... (read more)
April 2010
PUC commissioners roll up sleeves for energy efficiency
South Dakota's three public utilities commissioners pulled out their toolboxes and got to work for the sake of energy efficiency today in Brookings. ... (read more)
Energy Efficient Appliance Rebate Program Closes
South Dakota's energy efficient appliance rebate program is now closed. The applications received have claimed all available rebate funds.... (read more)
March 2010
Energy efficient appliance rebate program starts March 1
Replacing old household appliances with new ENERGY STAR® models could mean rebates of up to $150 from a new program that began March 1, 2010, in South Dakota. ... (read more)
February 2010
Zero interest loans for energy projects available to schools and non-profit organizations
A new $2.8 million revolving loan fund for energy efficiency and renewable energy projects is available to South Dakota schools and non-profit organizations.
... (read more)


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