Creating more opportunities for the development of electrical energy in South Dakota is a critical part of the state’s 2010 Initiative. With that in mind, Governor Mike Rounds and the 2005 South Dakota Legislature created the South Dakota Infrastructure Authority.
The Infrastructure Authority brings together public and private entities in an effort to identify and address South Dakota’s needs in the area of renewable electrical energy development. By helping develop energy production facilities in South Dakota and providing financing for new and expanding facilities, the Infrastructure Authority will achieve its goal of helping to diversify and expand the state’s economy.
This site is designed to keep you informed on the progress the Infrastructure Authority is making. We are committed to becoming a net energy exporter and the efforts of the Infrastructure Authority will go a long toward helping South Dakota achieve that goal.