South Dakota Rate Review

NorthWestern Energy is requesting a regulatory electric rate review in South Dakota to ensure our customers will continue to be served by a financially sound company capable of efficiently funding the significant capital expenditures needed to maintain, expand and modernize our energy infrastructure.


Our employees are our company’s backbone – without them, we could not successfully deliver safe, clean, reliable energy service to our customers.

Hunting Safety

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America's Greatest Workplaces 2023

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America's Greatest Workplaces 2023

NorthWestern Energy is proud to be named one of America's Greatest Workplaces 2023 by Newsweek. This esteemed recognition showcases our commitment to providing a positive work environment for our employees. We are honored to be among the select 11 energy companies on the list, and the smallest one at that. This accolade is a testament to our dedication to our employees and customers as we continue to deliver reliable energy service every day.

Where Does Your Energy Come From?

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Where Does Your Energy Come From?

At NorthWestern Energy, our goal is to provide our customers reliable energy at the lowest long-term cost. We do this through a balanced mix of safe, reliable, affordable and clean energy. Our electric portfolio is built on the carbon-free hydro system, along with wind, coal, gas and solar. This mix of renewable and traditional resources helps us keep energy bills as affordable and predictable as possible.

Our planning team produces a comprehensive, long-term plan updated every two to three years. The planning process includes stakeholder meetings that are open to the public.

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NorthWestern Energy is a community within many communities. We are close to 1,600 individuals working collectively to build stronger communities in Montana, Nebraska and South Dakota through the production, generation and delivery of electricity and natural gas.