Great River Energy Closing North Dakota Coal-Fired Plant; Replacing With Wind Energy The company that operates the largest coal-fired power plant in North Dakota announced Thursday it will close the factory and replace most of its energy with new wind farms in Minnesota.
Great River Energy Mulls Solutions Amid Financial WoesThe company is assembling teams to look at solutions for the plant, which has operated for about 40 years. Great River Energy closed one of its North Dakota power plants in 2017.
Twin Cities Trash Incinerator May Close, Sending Extra Waste To LandfillsThe potential closure of a trash incinerator and metal recovery facility could send tons of extra waste to the Twin Cities' landfills.
Regulators Tell Great River Energy To Rethink CoalMinnesota regulators have told Great River Energy to rethink its dependence on burning coal to generate electricity. The unusual decision by the Public Utilities Commission has no immediate impact on the power supplier.