Central Iowa Power Cooperative (CIPCO), based in Cedar Rapids and with an office in Des Moines, is Iowa's largest cooperative energy provider. In operation since 1946, CIPCO has generated and transmitted electricity to 13 member-owned electric cooperatives and associations, including Clarke Electric Cooperative. These cooperatives distribute the power to populations of nearly 300,000 member-owners located in 58 of Iowa's 99 counties. The service territory stretches 300 miles diagonally across Iowa, with 274 member substations and delivery points.
|1||Western Area Power Administration||Hydroelectric|
|2||Hancock County Wind Energy Center, Garner||Wind|
|3||Story County Wind, Colo||Wind|
|4||Elk Wind Farm, Greeley||Wind|
|5||Hawkeye Wind Farm, Hawkeye||Wind|
|6||Rippey Wind Farm, Grand Junction||Wind|
|7||Pioneer Grove Wind Farm, Mechanicsville||Wind|
|8||Summit Lake, Creston||Natural Gas & Oil|
|9||NextEra Energy Duane Arnold, Palo||Nuclear|
|10||Louisa Generating Station, Muscatine||Coal|
|11||Walter Scott, Jr., Energy Center #3 &
#4, Council Bluffs
|12||Linn County Solid Waste Agency, Marion||Landfill Gas|
|13-18||Solar Sites; Osceola, Pella, Marshalltown, Urbana, Wilton and Corning||Solar|
All or some of the renewable energy credits associated with this generation may have been sold or may be sold in the future, to other parties, or may be used to comply with future regulatory requirements.