Minnesota Power, a utility division of ALLETE (NYSE:ALE), today announced the next step in its EnergyForward strategy for ensuring a safe, reliable and competitive energy supply for customers and the region. If approved by regulators, the resource package coupled with the company’s existing renewable resources will result in renewable resources providing 44 percent of the company’s energy […]
The projects are expected to begin construction in May 2017, as Duke chafes under the growing PURPA pipeline in the state.
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A group of organizations representing Southeastern rate payers are arguing against proposed changes to PURPA by FERC, noting – among other items – that long term contracts at fixed, publicly available pricing is necessary to fight against the monopoly power of local utilities.
Recurrent Energy’s ‘Crimson’ project is proposed for siting on public land, and is moving forward in its environmental review.
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