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Minnesota corn farmers may soon be sending an ethanol plant the by-products of their crop — while the grain goes elsewhere for food or livestock feed. MPR reports a first-of-its-kind ethanol...
A long-awaited revised environmental review of a proposed copper mine in northeastern Minnesota will be released in November, the Department of Natural Resources announced Friday. Minnesota Public...
Enbridge Energy plans to soon begin contacting property owners along two routes they are pursuing for a pipeline across Minnesota from North Dakota to Wisconsin, the Star Tribune reports. The two...
Already charged with 20 counts of conspiracy and fraud, the founder of Select Comfort is now being accused of witness tampering.
Boulder, Colorado’s City Council voted to approve an ordinance that authorizes the purchase of assets from Xcel Energy.
More than 100 Midwestern electric utility companies are upgrading large scale coal-burning power plants to keep them generating electricity, despite environmental concern about carbon dioxide...
Elected officials, business leaders and power company officials broke ground Friday on a $155 million dollar ethanol plant in southeastern North Dakota. It will be constructed by wholesale electric...
Xcel said it would explore new energy commitments to help meet the city’s goals; Minneapolis’ mayor responded positively, and it appears a November ballot measure regarding a city-run utility may be off the table.
When times are tough for businesses, it’s easy to think of innovation like decorative chairs or abstract art for the walls: nice to have but not essential to growth.
The company sold its air emissions control business, which helps plant operators meet requirements involving the use of fossil and renewable fuels.
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