Local view: State must be a clean-energy leader
Published 11/08/2013, Duluth News Tribune
Minnesota Power was commended in February for outlining a plan to end coal burning at Laskin Energy Center in Hoyt Lakes and for shutting down an old, dirty boiler at Taconite Harbor. Utility officials were commended again for investing in a new wind farm in North Dakota.Word count: 381
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