Completed wind farm pushes Minnesota Power’s total output to 50% renewable

By WPED Staff Minnesota Power customers are now receiving half of their energy from renewable sources as the company becomes the first Minnesota utility to deliver 50% renewable energy output.
The achievement highlights the success of Minnesota Power’s “EnergyForward” strategy to transition to cleaner energy sources while meeting customer expectations for reliable and affordable electricity. The company reached this milestone when the Nobles 2 wind project in southwestern Minnesota came online this month.
With Nobles 2 operational, Minnesota Power’s wind portfolio has grown to approximately 870 MW of owned and contracted wind capacity. The Nobles 2 wind addition also adds geographic diversity to Minnesota

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