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Minnesota Aims to Double its Renewable Energy Standard with Wind, Solar Growth

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Industry Segment: Power | Word Count: 350 Words

SUGAR LAND--March 17, 2017--Researched by Industrial Info Resources (Sugar Land, Texas)--Minnesota has launched an effort to double its renewable energy standard from 25% by 2025 to 50% by 2030, as state representatives hope to drive down the cost of renewable energy and create much-needed jobs. Under existing state law, electric utilities are required to get 25% of their power from renewable resources by 2025.

Within this article: Details on Minnesota's efforts to double its renewable energy standard, involving solar, wind and hydroelectric energy.

Other companies featured: D.E. Shaw Group, Swinerton Renewable Energy, Xcel Energy Incorporated (NYSE:XEL), Manitoba Hydro Electric Energy and Natural Gas


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