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MidAmerican Energy Company
MidAmerican Energy offers cash for old appliances 5/21/2015

Appliance Recycling program saves customers money and reduces landfill waste

MidAmerican Energy Employees to Plant Nearly 1,300 Trees at Polk County Wildlife Park 5/1/2015

MidAmerican Energy Company employees, Living Lands & Waters and Polk County Conservation will join community volunteers today to plant 1,290 trees at Chichaqua Wildlife Habitat in Polk County, Iowa.

MidAmerican Energy announces plans for investment of approximately $900 million in new wind development 5/1/2015

MidAmerican Energy Company has filed plans with the Iowa Utilities Board for the development of up to 552 megawatts of new wind generation in Iowa.

MidAmerican Energy Reminds Customers to Call 811 Before Digging 4/28/2015

Every six minutes in the U.S., an underground utility line is damaged because someone started digging without first calling 811. Accidental dig-ins create potentially dangerous situations and result in costly repairs and service outages for utility customers.

MidAmerican Energy Celebrates Arbor Day with Tree Line USA Award 4/24/2015

Just in time for Arbor Day, MidAmerican Energy Company has once again been honored as a Tree Line USA Utility in recognition of its efforts to preserve and protect trees in the communities it serves.

MidAmerican Energy Company and Iowa Energy Team Up for Green Week Events 3/31/2015

MidAmerican Energy Company and the Iowa Energy are teaming up for Green Week March 30 – April 4 to bring attention to the importance of energy conservation and environmental responsibility.

MidAmerican Renewables
BHE Renewables announces plans for the largest wind development in Nebraska 4/30/2015

BHE Renewables, a subsidiary of Berkshire Hathaway Energy, today announced plans to construct a 400-megawatt wind farm in Holt County, Nebraska – the largest wind energy project in the state’s history.





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