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Hines Breaks Ground On Eco-Friendly Building In North Loop

Built with “modern mass timber,” Hines anticipates its office building will be the environmental equivalent of taking nearly 1,000 cars off the road.

July 28, 2015

Xcel Energy customers face rate hike of up to 2 percent this fall

If you’re one of Xcel Energy’s 1.2 million customers – you’ll be paying a little extra for your electricity starting this fall. The energy provider has been given the green light...

July 10, 2015

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Why Xcel Objects To The Latest Solar Plan

Xcel is concerned that non-solar customers will see a rate hike.

June 17, 2015

Start planning that road trip: Gas prices have peaked, experts say

Good news for those planning a summer road trip – experts say gas prices in Minnesota and around the country have peaked. The national average for regular unleaded gasoline was $2.75 per gallon...

June 09, 2015

Oil pipeline through MN gets green light, but question mark remains over route

A controversial $2.6 billion oil pipeline that will run across the width of Minnesota was approved by regulators on Friday – but the route it will take through the state was not. The Duluth News...

June 05, 2015

The New Economics Of Renewable Energy

Costs of wind and solar energy have dropped, making renewable energy a viable option for many businesses.

May 29, 2015

Here comes the sun: Minnesota's largest solar energy project gets green light

100 million watts of sun-generated electricity will soon light up bulbs and TV screens across Minnesota. The state’s Public Utilities Commission has approved Geronimo Energy’s plan to...

May 28, 2015

Documentary: North Dakota oil fields 'the most dangerous place to work'

“With that excessive gas … Katy bar the doors man, you’re dead.” http://t.co/703VSdo4vg pic.twitter.com/4G414EZZRM — Todd Melby (@toddmelby) May 18, 2015 The new riches...

May 18, 2015

ND oil rig numbers fall below 100 for first time in 5 years

North Dakota may have to contemplate “a dose of austerity” as the falling price of oil has seen the number of drilling rigs in the state fall below 100 for the first time in more than...

March 25, 2015

Will Savings At The Pump Inspire More Travel?

Gas prices and auto travel are not so closely tied anymore.

March 25, 2015

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