Changing energy production and supply processes in North Dakota are addressed in a recently completed SERC project.
In situ leaching (ISL) shows potential in North Dakota coal seams, the result of one of three SERC projects completed Spring 2020.
Completed under SERC funding, this project focused on identifying the potential effects of an electromagnetic pulse (EMP) on North Dakota's electrical grid.
Wind turbine blade disposal is presenting a challenge to North Dakota wind farms. A SERC project at the EERC is examining recycling and repurposing potential of blades.
SERC projects from its first round of proposals reach final stages. The Energy Hawks program returns for a third summer, expanding state-wide. The SERC E-Portal is coming soon!
Leaders from university campuses throughout North Dakota gathered to discuss collaboration efforts around energy education.
North Dakota Senate Bill 2249 was approved by the state House of Representatives over this past legislative session, providing $5 million over the next two years to establish the EERC as the state's energy research center.