- Jan 12, 2022 11:43 pm GMT
Many are calling the recent sale of this transmission line “a win-win for both North Dakota and Minnesota.” PUC Commissioner John Tuma said, “Though I would like to demand that all that energy be renewable from North Dakota, I also am accepting reality today.” Is carbon capture and storage venture a reality? The future of Coal Creek Station depends on it. However, the high-voltage line will carry 400 megawatts of wind power from Great River Energy’s wind farm by 2025, and will run wind-generated power through NexusLine’s transmission line to Minnesota.
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