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Regulators Tell Great River Energy to Rethink Coal

Minnesota regulators have told Great River Energy to rethink its dependence on burning coal to generate electricity.

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Great River Energy Rates on the Rise

Minnesota's second-largest electricity producer is increasing wholesale rates for the seventh consecutive year. Great River Energy's board of directors approved an average increase of 4 percent for its 28 local power cooperatives -- including Stearns Electric -- which serve 645,000 customers.

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