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Minn. regulators OK $700M natural gas plant

October 30, 2018 / E&E News By Jeffrey Tomich “Minnesota Power customers will likely face more than $350 million in new costs for an investment that the utility could not prove it needs,” said Annie Levenson-Falk, the Citizens Utility Board of Minnesota’s executive director. No related posts.

Minnesota Regulators Approve Natural Gas Plant Proposal for Superior

October 29, 2018 / WPR  By Dan Kraker Companies, Environmental Groups, Consumer Advocates Argue Proposed Plant Isn’t Needed Minnesota — and Wisconsin — is one step closer to having a new natural gas plant as part of its energy future. The Minnesota Public Utilities Commission voted 3-2 Monday to approve a proposal for a natural…

Minnesota approves partnership, says no to environmental review of Superior power plant

October 29, 2018 / La Crosse Tribune By Chris Hubbuch Dairyland Power Cooperative’s plans for a jointly owned natural gas-fueled power plant in Superior cleared a hurdle Monday when Minnesota regulators allowed the utility’s Minnesota partner to proceed with the $700 million project and rejected calls for an environmental review. The Public Utilities Commission voted…

Regulators approve natural gas plant proposal for Superior

October 29, 2018 / MPR News By Dan Kraker Minnesota is one step closer to having a new natural gas plant as part of its energy future. The Minnesota Public Utilities Commission voted 3-2 Monday to approve a proposal for a natural gas plant that would be built across the border from Duluth in Superior,…

Xcel charging projects aim to boost EV benefits in Minn.

October 17, 2018 Energywire By Jeffrey Tomich In general, [Levenson-Falk] said CUB “wants to help make EVs as accessible as possible while ensuring that utility EV programs benefit everyone, whether or not they drive an electric car.” Find the rest of the article at Energywire. No related posts.

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