STAFF BLOG CAPITOL CHATTER North Dakota sues over Minnesota air standard
North Dakota is suing Minnesota over restrictions that could affect North Dakotas electric power sales.
Minnesotas Next Generation Energy Act has direct and serious consequences for North Dakota, Nor... Posted on 11/2/11 at 6:33 PM
FAR SIDE OF FIFTY Lights Out
Last night after we got home, after a very stressful evening, the lights went out. Just like that no warning..no hint of a flicker..just blackness. Far Guy was in the bathroom..I felt my way over to t... Posted on 5/7/10 at 5:35 AM
A record number of solar photovoltaic systems were installed in Minnesota in 2009, according to the Minnesota Utility Solar Integration Rankings compiled by the Minnesota Department of Commerce’s Office of Energy Security.
Snowfall and drifting snow are making rooftop snow and ice removal and other activities near power lines potentially hazardous again this winter season, warns Otter Tail Power Company’s Safety Services Manager Ryan Smith.
After almost five years of planning and permitting efforts, the participating utilities in the proposed Big Stone II Project announced today, Monday, that they will end their quest to build the project’s large coal-fired power plant and associated transmission facilities.
With technology advances quickly growing, the room for electrical capacity has become limited. That’s why CapX2020 has developed a system of transmission power lines to help make more room for electricity to move.
By Kelsey Risbrudt, Intern Reporter
, August 05, 2009
The Minnesota Public Utilities Commission Thursday gave CapX2020 utilities a green light to construct three 345-kilovolt electric transmission lines in Minnesota – including one that goes through Douglas County.
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