Xcel Plans $210 M Wind Farm in Minnesota

[TwinCities.com] Xcel Energy CEO Dick Kelly said Wednesday that the state’s largest energy utility would build a $210 million, 100-megawatt wind farm in Minnesota as part of its commitment to developing renewable sources of energy. Xcel already generates 1,300 megawatts of wind power, but this facility, expected to open by 2009, would be the first that the company has owned in Minnesota.
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