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- 22 Jul 2013
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The Pleasant Valley Wind Farm is actually part of the 600 megawatt wind portfolio recently announced by Xcel Energy for its Upper Midwest service territory. In February, Xcel Energy submitted Pleasant Valley and two other projects to the Minnesota Public Utilities Commissions and the North Dakota Public Service Commission for consideration.
Combined, the three projects will produce enough energy for 180,000 homes and reduce carbon emissions by 1.2 million tons a year in the Upper Midwest. They will also lower customer costs by $180 million over the lives of the project.
Xcel Energy is currently attempting to introduce cleaner power into their energy mix and, in the Upper Midwest service territory, is already on track to reduce carbon emissions by 30 percent in 2020 from 2005 levels.
“Wind power is simply the cheapest resource available right now, and we are taking the opportunity afforded by the P.T.C. extension to further shape our systems for the future,” said Ben Fowke, chairman, president and chief executive officer of Xcel Energy. – EcoSeed Staff