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The Sierra Club is urging Xcel Energy to stop burning coal at two of its generators in Sherburne County. Xcel and state regulators are negotiating the future of the two older units at the Sherco...
The city fared well in a study that evaluated which actions municipalities are taking to cut energy use in buildings and transportation, among other areas.
A controversial wind farm proposed in Goodhue County is officially off the table after developers faced strong opposition from residents over the last five years. The Associated Press reported New...
A Minnesota environmental group has released a list of the state’s four power plants that produce the most carbon. A prevailing theory says that carbon dioxide trapped in the atmosphere...
The U.S. Export-Import Bank is considering funding a loan that would promote the exportation of U.S.-made equipment—but could aid Minnesota companies’ competitors.
The assets of an ethanol plant in Buffalo Lake have been awarded to the lender that financed its reopening. The Associated Press reports that a federal bankruptcy judge awarded Purified Renewable...
Clear Harbor Investment wrote a letter last week to Northern Oil and Gas’ board of directors recommending the company repurchase 13 percent of its outstanding shares to improve its market value.
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...
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