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The analysis was required by state regulators for the $2.6 billion project to proceed.
$25 million effort would support charging stations for public and agency use.
State regulators allowed the incentive because of a change in formula for an existing solar credit.
The center, the company's fourth delivery-related operation in the Twin Cities, will employ 450 part-time workers later this fall.
Clearwater County judge ruled prosecutors did not have enough evidence.
Rule change welcomed by farmers would allow E-15 fuel blend to be sold year-round.
OSHA fines plant for 13 safety violations after April explosion and fires that led to a citywide evacuation.
The 2012 trip "softened" Furst's anger about being exposed to Agent Orange, his wife said.
The public hearings are part of a state investigation into service at the phone and internet service company.
The state agency joined a handful of other groups in filing challenges to the June Line 3 decision.
Regulators were swayed by special conditions to meet noise levels proposed by the project's developer.
Capacity and workforce constraints could restrain further growth for state.
Minn. pollution-control regulators say background noise should be considered.
PUC was set to vote on whether Enbridge had met conditions imposed in June.
EnVerde founders hope to land funds necessary to build startup success story that will turn organic matter into synthetic fuel.
So far, its investments have not resulted in a working mine.
Deal with the Fond du Lac Band extends pipelines' presence on the northern Minn. reservation.
Xcel's new program aims at better charging system.
Big contracts would mean jobs for tribal members.
Customers would pay extra fee to get all or some of their gas from renewable sources.
Jeffrey Enright lists business expenses as some of his liabilities, including a pension payment.
Rainy weather, an abundance of natural gas and a tight labor market played a role in the decline, officials said.
Commerce officials are raising questions about coverage as part of their review of the company's proposed Line 3 project.
A total of six tribes are challenging PUC approval of the controversial pipeline in northern Minnesota.
Xcel said it expects the refunds, to be one-time credits on customers' bills, will be made by year's end.
Owners of Sellers Playbook, Exposure Marketing are facing nine fraud counts.
Connexus project marks a new step in Minnesota for renewable energy.
The explosion in April caused a raging fire that burned for hours and prompted entire neighborhoods in Superior to evacuate for hours.
Sandberg created machines that would in turn make everything from refrigerator systems to automobile steering wheels.
Northern Oil's stock rose 30 cents or nearly 9 percent.
Cultural survey by tribes along route of Enbridge's Line 3 pipeline could be largest of its kind.
Xcel Energy posted a 16 percent increase in second-quarter profits, beating Wall Street estimates.
Brandon Elliott, who was named president and COO in May, is now the CEO.
His car was found first and then the body two days later.
A judge recommended against the Duluth utility's proposed new plant in Superior, Wis.
Enbridge, Minnesota officials talking about pipeline security before latest approval for Line 3 replacement
Enbridge has already been "actively engaged" with the Minnesota Department of Public Safety, county sheriffs and tribal police, an official said.
The Public Utilities Commission voted 5-0 to grant Enbridge a "certificate of need" to build a replacement pipeline, and voted 3-2 for the route across northern Minnesota.
Possibility of civil unrest hangs over regulatory hearings on controversial Enbridge pipeline proposal
Commissioners talked about which route for the $2.6 billion project might cause disruption.
Chairwoman of the regulatory body said the commissioners are all aware of the "magnitude" of their decision.
The parties are working up to the final minute to make their cases.
N.Y. utility had claimed Minn. energy companies had an unfair advantage.
More details sought on the firm's controversial plan to build a $2.6 billion pipeline.
The company offers fresh assurances over safety of proposed oil pipeline, offering a corporate guarantee behind its new Line 3.
Ecological, tribal concerns loom over $2.6B project.
The state produced 1.22 million barrels per day in April, a 5 percent increase over March, officials said.
They say judge's opposition to proposal could threaten future of the industry.
As ruling nears, a briefing says a new Line 3 would be safer for environment.
Wind farms and hydropower propel utility toward 50 percent sustainable resources.
Mexico is the latest to retaliate against U.S. steel tariffs with new fees on American pork.
Ministers say it poses a threat to the environment and Minnesota's Ojibwe.
Company promises to remove some pipe, hire Indian subcontractors.
The program would charge more during peak electricity times and the least in the overnight hours.
Gasoline prices have risen sharply over the past few weeks, hitting a current average of $2.85 per gallon in the Twin Cities, 55 cents higher than a year ago.
State issues waiver until June 30 because of shortages of B20 product.
Measure altering nuclear cost oversight comes up short in Legislature.
Measure would have expedited Enbridge's approval process.
Judge recommends against a permit because noise concerns have not been addressed.
The dip in March was attributed mostly to weather as outlook remains upbeat amid rising prices.
Supporters say review of project has taken too long; Gov. Dayton says legislation "would destroy the integrity of the process."
The Minnesota Department of Revenue overvalued Enbridge's pipeline system by billions of dollars, a Minnesota tax judge ruled.
Legislation's foes fear it would shift risk from shareholders to ratepayers
CenterPoint Energy's initial request for a $56.5 million gas-rate hike has shrunk to only $3.9 million, partly due to federal corporate tax cuts.
They both said an administrative law judge's rejection of Enbridge's preferred route fails to consider key concerns.
Robert McWhite Sr. flew 13 bombing missions over Germany during World War II, piloting a strafed and smoking B-17 to safety in England in April…
Major accidents involving hydrogen fluoride are rare. But the explosion and fire at the oil refinery in Superior, Wis., was a reminder of the potential danger at another refinery in St. Paul Park.
Move is part of $23B deal that would create largest independent U.S. refiner.
Administrative Law Judge Ann O'Reilly leaves a lot on the table for the state Public Utilities Commission (PUC) to consider.
CEO Al Monaco said administrative law judge's ruling suggesting alternative site ignored much input from citizens, including Indian tribes.
Boosted by favorable weather, Xcel Energy’s profits rose 21 percent during its first quarter, handily beating stock analysts’ estimates. The Minneapolis-based power company Thursday posted…
Farmers and ethanol producers in Minnesota say the waiver controversy is the latest battle in a long-running war for sales and market share.
Judge recommends that Enbridge's new Line 3 should follow the current line's route.
In a report that could carry significant weight with state regulators, an administrative law judge said Enbridge has demonstrated a need for its proposed new oil pipeline across northern Minnesota.
The bill would allow Xcel to get upfront approval for major upgrades to nuclear plants.
The agency this year has issued more of the waivers to federal rules that require refineries to blend corn ethanol with fuel.
In a case of "nevermind," a Senate committee Tuesday reversed itself and passed a bill that would allow Enbridge to build its controversial Line 3…
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