Minnesota PUC makes queries on New Era wind project
More than four years after applying for a state permit - and 16 months after receiving a conditional site permit - the New Era wind project planned near Zumbrota is back under the microscope at the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission.
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#1 Jan 12, 2013
Just how much of the public's money is going to be thrown into this corrupt process? Almost four years of meetings, printings, salaries, gass etc., etc., etc., is going to what end???? so we can all pay more for ineffient utilities needing back up by the known dependable kinds of utilities?
One can only wonder at the results should people be allowed to FREELY keep, spend, invest in worthwhile and productive industry!
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