Minnesota Power energy plan gets OK
The Minnesota Public Utilities Commission has approved Minnesota Power’s plan to add more wind-generated electricity, add some hydro and natural-gas-generated electricity and to continue burning coal as well.
The commission on Wednesday approved the utility’s 2013 energy road map outlining how Minnesota Power plans to provide energy for its customers at a fair cost while also moving to reduce its impact on the environment.
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