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The Duluth-based utility would add up to 700 megawatts of renewable energy and set a plan for the future of Boswell Energy Center.
The crews are expected to be there for up to two weeks after Hurricane Ian makes landfall.
Nicole Johnson is the new president of Allete Clean Energy.
In comments made to state regulator, the Department of Commerce and Office of Attorney General Keith Ellison had vastly different suggestions for the Duluth-based utility's transition away from coal.

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The rate changes the utility requested would reduce water costs but increase costs for natural gas and electricity.
North Dakota-based Basin Electric Power Cooperative will become a 30% owner in the Nemadji Trail Energy Center. Allete will have a 20% ownership stake in the power plant planned for Superior, Wisconsin, while Dairyland Power Cooperative will remain a 50% owner of the facility.
The company reached 50% renewables in December, and now plans to increase that to 70% by 2030. It will be 80% carbon free by 2035 and 100% carbon free by 2050.
The court is considering whether Minnesota regulators should have considered the Wisconsin project's environmental impact.
The move comes after Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources expressed concerns the plant would harm water wells.

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Comfort Systems, Minnesota Power and SWL&P suspend utility shutoffs amid COVID-19 crisis.
Bethany Owen has served as president for the past year.
The Public Service Commission is weighing whether or not to approve the plant, and a decision is expected within the next several months.

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