Iowa Utility Association member companies deliver approximately three-quarters of Iowa’s electricity.
IUA member companies that deliver electricity in Iowa include Alliant Energy, MidAmerican Energy Company, ITC Midwest, Liberty Utilities and NextEra Energy Duane Arnold. If you have specific questions concerning natural gas generation and delivery in Iowa, please contact the IUA member companies as they are the very best sources for providing specific information.
We encourage you to visit the Edison Electric Institute (EEI) to learn more about electricity. Also, make sure to check out “10 Things You Should Know About Iowa Energy.” You may also visit the Iowa Wind Energy Association’s website at iowawindenergy.org and the American Wind Energy Association’s website at awea.org.
WATCH: How Electricity is CreatedView a “Grand Tour” of a coal-fueled power plant, a combustion-fueled power plant and a wind farm to see the phases of energy production and learn how the electricity you use every day is created. These animated videos are brought to you by MidAmerican Energy Company; clicking on a video image below will open a new tab on MidAmerican Energy’s website. Requires either Windows Media Player or QuickTime.
Editorial on NextEra Energy’s Duane Arnold Energy Center
The November 1, 2013 edition of the Cedar Rapids newspaper, The Gazette, contained an article from guest contributor Dave Wilson, who penned his support for Iowa’s nuclear plant — the Duane Arnold Energy Center (DAEC) in Palo. The IUA thanks Mr. Wilson for granting us permission to include his article on our site.