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Minnesota Power has released its integrated resource plan (IRP), a comprehensive estimate of future electric needs within the Minnesota Power service territory. The IRP states that the utility can meet the estimated future electric energy needs of its customers for the next decade while achieving real reductions in the emission of greenhouse gases, primarily carbon dioxide.

Through its Wood, Wind & Water initiative, Minnesota Power plans to add 300 MW to 500 MW of carbon-minimizing renewable energy to its fuel mix.

For more information, go to edockets.state.mn.us/EFiling/search.jsp.

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