Black Hills Energy utility infrastructure was resilient in response to the widespread historic cold last month.
What does that mean for data center locations?
What do our sustainability goals mean for your next datacenter?
We understand the importance of developing and implementing sustainable solutions for our customers. That’s what makes last week’s announcement by our CEO, Linn Evans, even more exciting.
Black Hills Corp. announces clean energy goals
At Black Hills Energy, our mission of improving life with energy means we must be ready to make tomorrow even better than today. Announcing today to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions intesnsity for it's electric and natural gas utility operations.
Colorado now allows economic development rates for data centers
There’s a lot about the State of Colorado that make it attractive as a location for data centers. It’s a fiber network hub. It’s nationally recognized for its low cost of doing business. Power is reliable, clean and available.
Six surprising ways Cheyenne is perfect for data centers
When you hear “Cheyenne”, chances are you think about cowboys, rodeos and railroads. And while we’re proud of our western culture, you might be surprised by the “Magic City of the Plains”.
How Black Hills Energy became one of the cleanest utilities in the country
When our customers expressed a strong interest in having their electricity supplied by clean, emissions-free renewable energy resources, we listened and got to work. Our goal: To lead the way to lower costs for customers, giving them a true renewable advantage.
Renewable Ready: Leveraging Wyoming’s abundant natural resources to power your data center
Around here, we know what it’s like to have families, businesses and communities throughout the nation depend on us for safe, reliable and affordable energy.
Black Hills Energy is meeting the demand of today's data center needs.