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North Dakota Coal Regulation Controversy Continues

Two North Dakota coops and environmental groups have presented widely divergent estimates of the cost to retrofit two coal-powered plants under new proposed federal pollution rules.  According to the analysis commissioned by the Sierra Club and the Natio
November 21, 2011

Two North Dakota coops and environmental groups have presented widely divergent estimates of the cost to retrofit two coal-powered plants under new proposed federal pollution rules.  According to the analysis commissioned by the Sierra Club and the National Parks Conservation Association, Minnkota Power Cooperative consumers would face a 10.3 percent rate increase, and Basin Electric Power Cooperative consumers would face a 0.7 percent rate increase.  The coops assert that adopting the proposed regulations could drive up rates by 20 to 30 percent.  Businessweek has the full story.

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