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Minneapolis-based Xcel Energy, a natural gas and electricity provider, has issued its third request for proposals (RFP) from its Renewable Development Fund. According to the company, up to $23 million is available to invest in new ways to produce electricity from renewable sources. Funding will be available for various-sized projects in two categories: energy production, and research and development. A pre-bid meeting is scheduled for June 5.

Deadline: July 12, 2007
For more information: xcelenergy.com/rdf


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