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Black Hills Energy employees donate denim for insulation
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Black Hills Energy employees donate denim for insulation.

Our Black Hills Energy ambassador team is a group of our employees who seek out opportunities for all of us to share our positive energy. This year, the group led an initiative called Blue Jeans Go Green™. Through the program, our employees across all Black Hills Energy donated denim to be recycled into insulation.

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Positive Energy

  • In April, Black Hills Energy Arkansas made a special delivery to Osceola High School in Osceola, Arkansas.   Employees Hollie Echols, an operations support specialist and ambassador, and Helen Nelms, a materials coordinator, presented a donation of $500 to Osceola High School Principal Toshiba…
  • Our South Dakota Ambassadors laced up their skates earlier this month to support the Rapid City Rush’s Teddy Bear Toss and Chuck-A-Puck, raising $7,500 from fans with Black Hills Energy matching another $7,500. The money raised will support organizations in the community, including CASA, the Boys…
  • The health and wellbeing of our individual customers is as important as the economic wellbeing of the communities we serve. That’s why five years ago, when Black Hills Energy had an opportunity to contribute toward an expansion of the YMCA in Norfolk, Nebraska, it was a no-brainer. Thanks in part…
  • Who says you can’t dine outside during a Colorado winter? A longtime Colorado drive-in restaurant got a boost to its business this winter thanks to the Black Hills Energy high-efficiency infrared heater rebate program. Vicco’s Charcoalburger Drive-In, located in Glenwood Springs, Colorado, since…