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Minnesota Power looks at less coal

Published 11/21/2011, Duluth News Tribune

Even as Minnesota Power plunges headlong toward making more electricity from hydroelectric dams and wind turbines, the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission is asking for much more from the Duluth-based utility, including a study on how to shut down two of its coal-burning power plants while at the same time adding cleaner natural gas.

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