October 30, 2018 /
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.
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