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A new 10-cent refund on recyclable drink containers in Minnesota would cost beverage makers $29 million a year but increase recycling across Minnesota and create a net gain of 1,000 jobs, a new...
Temperatures across Minnesota are finally headed upward. And utility bills will be, too. CenterPoint Energy tells KSTP its Minnesota customers set a record for natural gas use on Monday. Then broke...
The higher demand for energy in extreme cold is promoting Xcel Energy to ask 600 business customers in Minnesota and North Dakota to reduce their natural gas usage. The Associated Press says the...
The federal Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration issued a safety alert Thursday, warning that Bakken crude may be more flammable than other, heavier crude oil.
Taconite production on Minnesota’s Iron Range dipped by 2 percent in 2013, but experts think next year could bring the highest output in more than a decade. A state revenue official tells the...
A coalition of more than 50 groups from Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Michigan is asking the Environmental Protection Agency to study the cumulative effects of existing and proposed mining projects on...
Minnesota’s Public Utilities Commission unanimously approved a temporary rate increase for Xcel Energy Thursday. The Star Tribune reports the 4.6 percent interim hike takes effect next month...
An environmental analysis on Minnesota’s first proposed copper-nickel mine has been released for public review and comment. The Supplemental Draft Environmental Impact Statement on the...
The Minnesota Public Utilities Commission said Thursday that Xcel Energy must take a detailed look at the future of its largest coal-fired power plant and study how soon its two oldest units could...
Wayzata Investment Partners is selling a Texas power plant to a Houston company for nearly $300 million more than it paid for the plant in 2011.
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