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Power Wholesaler Predicts Slow Growth in Energy Demand

According to a planning outlook filed with state regulators last week, Great River Energy (GRE), a large power wholesaler to Minnesota coops, projects slow growth in electrical demand and no need to build new power plants for at least 15 years.  The Mapl
November 5, 2012

According to a planning outlook filed with state regulators last week, Great River Energy (GRE), a large power wholesaler to Minnesota coops, projects slow growth in electrical demand and no need to build new power plants for at least 15 years.  The Maple Grove-based utility is the state's second-largest electricity producer behind Xcel Energy.  GRE supplies power to 28 retail cooperatives serving 645,000 customers from the Arrowhead region to southwest Minnesota, including the outer suburbs of the Twin Cities.  The StarTribune has more.

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