Xcel Offered ND Gov. More Than Free Super Bowl TicketsGov. Burgum's trip to the Super Bowl as a guest of a Xcel Energy included free invitations to a rock concert, private parties, meals and other events,
N.D. Governor Attending Super Bowl As Guest Of Xcel EnergyGov. Doug Burgum and first lady Kathryn Helgaas Burgum are attending the Super Bowl game as guests of a Minneapolis-based utility.
Xcel Energy Sending Crews To Puerto RicoA crew of utility workers from the Upper Midwest is heading to Puerto Rico to help with the ongoing power restoration efforts following Hurricane Maria.
Loggers' Group Files Lawsuit To Block Closure Of Biomass PlantThe Associated Contract Loggers and Truckers of Minnesota have sued to block closure of a biomass power plant in Benson.
Xcel Energy Plans To Open Wind Farm In South DakotaXcel is already the nation's top utility wind provider, a ranking it's held for more than a decade.
Eclipse Won't Affect Operations, Xcel Energy SaysXcel says it is planning for Monday's solar eclipse the same way it does for a storm or cloud cover.
Overnight Storms Leave More Than 23K Without PowerStorms bringing intense winds and heavy rains left more than 23,000 customers without power in central and southern Minnesota.
More Than 5,000 Still Without Power In Minn., Wis.More than 9,000 customers are still without power in Minnesota and Wisconsin following Sunday's severe storm, according to Xcel Energy.
Report: Minn. Regulators Approve Big Rate Hike For Xcel EnergyMinnesota regulators have approved a big rate hike for Xcel Energy, totaling nearly a quarter of a billion dollars over four years.
Light Rail Trains Will Be Powered By Wind On Earth DayMetro Transit's Blue and Green lines are going green for Earth Day.
Xcel Announces New Wind Farms In Minnesota, DakotasXcel Energy unveiled a new phase of wind power construction Thursday that includes a huge wind farm in South Dakota and two others in Minnesota and North Dakota.
Amid Strong Winds, Thousands Without Power In The Twin CitiesThousands of people are without power in the Twin Cities metro Wednesday morning as gusts up to 60 mph lashed southern Minnesota over the last 24 hours, damaging power lines.

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