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Minnesota Power to Offer Wind Power

March 2000 - Minnesota Power, an investor-owned utility serving approximately 140,000 customers in Minnesota and Wisconsin, announced plans to offer customers a wind power purchase option beginning this fall. If approved by the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission, customers will be able to purchase 100-kWh blocks of wind energy for an additional $2.00 per month or 2.0/kWh. The utility plans to purchase half of the output from three new wind turbines being installed by Great River Energy in southwestern Minnesota.

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