ND objects to Minn. law on coal-fired power
The North Dakota Industrial Commission approved a letter yesterday to the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission, protesting the state’s plan to charge a higher cost for coal-generated electric power. This effort is part of Minnesota’s 2007 law requiring that 25 percent of all energy be from renewable energy resources by 2024. North Dakota utilities and officials have been fighting that law since it was instated. Read the Bismarck Tribune story here.