March 28, 2018 /
The Energy Daily
By John Beattie
Despite opposition from ratepayer advocates, green groups and the state’s main business group, Minnesota lawmakers advanced legislation Tuesday that would give Xcel Energy an easier process to bill ratepayers for the costs of future investments in its two in-state nuclear plants, including $1 billion the company estimates it will need to spend to keep the Prairie Island plant running until its license expires in 2034.
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