A Minnesota electric cooperative is among the latest utilities to offer a commercial green tariff program in response to growing demand from business customers.
A major Minnesota utility’s electric water heater program is doing little to reduce carbon emissions — but that could change with a more robust mix of renewable energy sources and green pricing initiatives, according to a new analysis.
Minnesota’s second biggest utility, Great River Energy, has begun to significantly ramp down the output of its largest coal plant as the market has shifted to wind power and natural gas production.
After sitting idle for more than two years, a state-of-the-art North Dakota coal plant is about to produce energy – made more viable by recycling its waste heat for other purposes.
Minnesota’s second largest electricity provider received a vote of disapproval from state regulators Wednesday for its long-term planning efforts.