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May 10, 2017

2017 Redwood County Community Event Calendar
Our Redwood County Community Event calendar provides you -- citizens & visitors -- with a complete list of weekend events hosted in our communities throughout 2017!     Print and enjoy your visit to Redwood County!  

Category: Redwood County Community Events

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Mar 01, 2016

Economic Development Services 2015 Annual Report
The following is a summary of work done by Great River Energy’s economic development services department in 2015 as well as highlights, including a number of award recognitions for projects and programs led by the team.

Category: Annual Reports

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Jan 07, 2016

Child Care: Redwood County Community Action Plan - 2016
This report was generated from information gathered at a Redwood County Town Hall meeting on Monday, November 2, 2015 at the Redwood Area Community Center.  This initiative is a partnership with First Children's Finance, Southwest Initiative Foundation, and our Community/County to address opportunities around early childhood education and day care needs for our workforce and young families.  The project is called "Greater Than Minnesota"!    Full...

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Dec 01, 2015

Category: Broadband, Redwood County;

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Oct 22, 2015

Wind Energy Industry Manufacturing Supplier Handbook
Wind Energy Industry Manufacturing Supplier Handbook Information on how your company can become part of the wind energy supply chain.

Category: Manufacturing, Clean energy, wind energy, solar

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Jun 02, 2015

Energy Efficiency Equipment (E3) Financing Application
The E 3 Financing Program will be available limited for the following types of projects: ´  Variable Speed Drives ´  Heat Pumps ´  Motors ´  Agricultural Equipment ´  Air Conditioning ´  Custom Energy projects

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Feb 27, 2015

Redwood County Labor Profile - 2015
What do employers and site selection consultants look for when considering where to locate or expand their businesses? The bottom line from a half-century of economic research is: the bottom line. In other words, the extent to which a location’s features contribute to lower costs – or higher sales – largely determines the business growth of an area. The impact of a location’s attributes on costs and...

Category: Redwood County Labor Statistics, Site Selector Resources

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Feb 04, 2014

Economic Impact Study
The University of Minnesota-Duluth’s Bureau of Business and Economic Research recently completed a study analyzing the impact of Great River Energy’s operations, maintenance and capital projects over the years 2012-2014. The study shows that we provide more than $3 billion in economic impact to Minnesota and North Dakota, support about 4,000 jobs each year and contribute more than $239 million in federal, state and local taxes.

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May 15, 2012

USDA REDLG Loan Program
The REDLG program provides funding to rural projects through local utility organizations. Under the REDLoan program, USDA provides zero interest loans to local utilities which they, in turn, pass through to local businesses (ultimate recipients) for projects that will create and retain employment in rural areas. The ultimate recipients repay the lending utility directly. The utility is responsible for repayment to the Agency. Under the...

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Dec 31, 1969

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Dec 31, 1969

Minnesota Value Added Grant Program
The Agricultural Growth, Research, and Innovation Program (AGRI) was established to advance Minnesota’s agricultural and renewable energy industries (MS 41A.12). This program focuses on areas of greatest opportunity and potential economic impact to create agricultural jobs and profitable businesses in the areas of livestock investment, value-added business and market development, and renewable energy. Farmers, agricultural businesses, and entrepreneurs with new business or market plans, diversification...

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Dec 31, 1969

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Why Minnesota: Education
From K-12 test scores and high school graduation rates to college campuses and advanced degrees, Minnesota's education system is among the nation's best.

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Dec 31, 1969

Why Minnesota: Central
Why Central Minnesota?   Central Minnesota has many competitive advangates that help companies thrive. With a globally competitive manufacturing sector, a talented and educated workforce, and prime location between the Twin Cities and the North Dakota oil fields, the region is an ideal place to do business. The area's quality educational institutions, recreational opportunities, and charming towns make it an exceptionally livable place as well.

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Dec 31, 1969

Minnesota at a Glance
History, geography, education, population, economy, business and industry. Lots of fast facts at your fingertips.

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Why Minnesota: Quality of Life
Wild life. Night life. Arts. Culture. And water, water everywhere. Minnesota's enviable quality of life has something for everyone.

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Why Minnesota: Twin Cities
The Minneapolis-St. Paul metropolitan area is one of the most dynamic, fastest-growing metros in the Midwest.

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Dec 31, 1969

Why Minnesota: Southeast
An agriculture and health care powerhouse, the southeast region is home to the Mayo Clinic and several of the state's most well-know food and high-tech companies.

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Why Minnesota: Southwest
A national leader in agricultural production, renewable energy and high-tech manufacturing.

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Why Minnesota: Northwest
Agriculture. Manufacturing. And the perfect setting for companies looking to tap into the oil boom in neighboring North Dakota.

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Great River Energy provides wholesale electric service to 28 member cooperatives which distribute electricity to approximately 665,000 member consumers in Minnesota.