DES MOINES, IOWA (August 26, 2020) — Tikly, a graduate of Des Moines’ StartUpCity initiative, is doubling down on its efforts to support musicians and organizations during the COVID-19 pandemic through a free tool called the “Virtual Tip Jar.”
DES MOINES, IOWA (June 8, 2020) — The Land and Liberty Coalition (L&LC), a Midwestern grassroots organization already advocating for clean-energy development in Indiana, Michigan, Minnesota, and Wisconsin, announced its official Iowa launch today. The Coalition partners with local citizens, landowners, clean-energy advocates, and policymakers to promote common-sense policies that advance renewable energy while protecting and benefiting local communities.
CEDAR RAPIDS, IOWA (September 18, 2019) — Analysis of the solar programs proposed by Alliant Energy as part of its rate case shows that customers would benefit more from investing in their own solar system than participating in Alliant’s proposed community solar project.
COUNCIL BLUFFS, IOWA (September 3, 2019)— Google and Governor Kim Reynolds awarded Ethnic Minorities of Burma Advocacy and Resource Center (EMBARC) as the "People’s Choice" winner following a neck-and-neck, week-long poll that asked Iowans to choose one nonprofit that they believe has put forth the most innovative and impactful proposal to create economic opportunity for the state. Gov Reynolds was on hand to congratulate all five Google.org Impact Challenge winners.
COUNCIL BLUFFS, IOWA (August 23, 2019) — Google announced the five winning nonprofits for Iowa’s Google.org Impact Challenge today. Each of these organizations will receive $175,000 and, beginning on August 23, Iowans are invited to vote for the "People’s Choice" winner, who will be awarded an additional $125,000. In total, Google.org will contribute $1 million to Iowan nonprofit organizations through the Impact Challenge.
DES MOINES, IOWA (August 12, 2019) — Expert testimony filed by the Iowa Environmental Council and Environmental Law and Policy Center in the Alliant Energy Rate Case currently before the Iowa Utilities Board highlights solutions that will save customers money while cleaning up Alliant’s generation mix.
DES MOINES, IOWA (August 2, 2019) — The Iowa Environmental Council (IEC) and Environmental Law and Policy Center (ELPC) submitted testimony yesterday in Alliant Energy’s rate case currently before the Iowa Utilities Board. The testimony brings to light the real drivers behind the company’s proposed rate-increase and puts forward solutions that will save customers money while cleaning up Alliant’s generation mix.
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