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Copies of the Big Stone II Power Plant and Transmission Project Draft Environmental Impact Statement (DEIS) are now available for review from Western Area Power Administration (Western). Western will hold public hearings on the DEIS to receive oral comments at 7 PM at the following locations: Tuesday, June 13, 2006 Big Stone City American Legion

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Milbank/ Big Stone City | Beyond Coal

 · The new plant, called Big Stone II, would be a huge, 600 MW, expansion of the existing 450 MW Big Stone facility. The energy produced would serve customers in Minnesota, South Dakota and North Dakota. Minnesota is too dependent on inefficient, dirty coal which already provides 75% of its energy.

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Big Stone Gap, VA Electricity Rates | Electricity Local

This average (commercial) electricity rate in Big Stone Gap is 6.81% greater than the ia average rate of 8.08¢/kWh. [ 2] The average (commercial) electricity rate in Big Stone Gap is 14.47% less than the national average rate of 10.09¢/kWh. Commercial rates in …

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Big Stone power plant expansion gets green light | MPR News

 · A group of seven electricity companies want to build the new power plant in South Dakota, just a few miles west of Ortonville, Minnesota. Big Stone II …

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Environmentalists lose effort to stall Big Stone II power ...

 · State and utilities agree on Big Stone II environmental issues The deal resolves concerns over mercury emissions, water use, renewable energy and other factors involved in the so-called Big Stone II project, a 630-megawatt power plant planned near the Minnesota-South Dakota border.

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NO To Coal at Big Stone, YES to clean renewables

 · elderly‐‐ hardest hit. Expanding coal power at Big Stone would increase pollution. Big Stone II, like other coal plants, is a serious global warming problem. Big Stone II would generate 4.7 million tons of carbon dioxide annually ― the equivalent of 700,000 more cars.

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Big Stone City, SD Electricity Rates | Electricity Local

This average (residential) electricity rate in Big Stone City is 4.37% less than the South Dakota average rate of 10.07¢/kWh. [ 2] The average (residential) electricity rate in Big Stone City is 18.94% less than the national average rate of 11.88¢/kWh. Residential rates in …

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Bt''s Electric LLC in Big Stone City, SD | Company Info ...

Bt''s Electric LLC is a South Dakota Domestic llc filed On January 27, 2010. The company''s filing status is listed as Good standing and its File Number is DL020681. The Registered Agent on file for this company is James Andrews and is located at 48232 Grapevine Lane, Big Stone City, SD 57216-8214.

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Big Stone Gap, VA Utilities

Electricity Comparison: Big Stone Gap vs. U.S. See how electricity costs in Big Stone Gap differ from the average electricity costs for the U.S. overall. On a year-over-year basis - from March 2020 to March 2021 - residential electricity prices in Big Stone Gap decreased approximately 4%, from 12.26 ¢/kWh to 11.71 ¢/kWh.

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Big Stone

Big Stone II would be owned by Otter Tail, MDU, Central Minnesota Municipal Power Agency, Heartland Consumers Power District, & Missouri River Energy Services. It would burn Powder River Basin coal Clean Water Action and Sierra Club were two of the main opposition groups to Big Stone II.

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Big Stone Radio Contact

FAX: 605-698-3330 Power 106.3. Studio Line 605-884-1000. Business line 605-884-3548. Fax line 605-884-3549. Email [email protected] . Power 106.6. 508 Jenson Ave SE. Watertown SD 57201

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163-mile Big Stone South to Ellendale Transmission Line ...

On February 5 crews from co-owners Otter Tail Power Company and Montana-Dakota Utilities, Co., energized the 163-mile, 345-kV Big Stone South-Ellendale (BSSE) Transmission Line after eight years of planning and three years of construction. The $215 million line extends from the Big Stone South Substation near Big Stone City, South Dakota, to the Ellendale Substation near Ellendale, North …

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Minnesota approves what amounts to a life extension for ...

 · Big Stone is a coal-fired power plant located approximately 2.5 miles northwest of Big Stone City in Grant County, S.D. The plant began commercial operation in 1975 and is jointly owned by three utilities: Otter Tail, NorthWestern Energy (NYSE:NWE) and Montana-Dakota Utilities, which is a unit of MDU Resources Group (NYSE:MDU).

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South Dakota power plant worries Minnesota residents | MPR ...

 · The inside of the Big Stone Power Plant is a maze of pipes and wires. Steve Schultz points to miles of black cable transmitting information from every part of the plant to the control room.

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Big Stone Plant

Generating electricity The heart of Big Stone Plant is the 500,000-kilowatt turbine generator. Almost every week we unload three 117-car coal trains and crush the coal to ¾ inch or smaller (size) pieces before it enters the plant. After further size reduction, the coal

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Big Stone II Power Plant and Transmission Project

 · DOE/EIS-0377Participating utilities announce wind-down of Big Stone II project . The Big Stone II Project participants—Central Minnesota Municipal Power Agency, Heartland Consumers Power District, Missouri River Energy Services and Montana-Dakota Utilities Co.—announced Nov. 2 that they will not build the Big Stone II Project.

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List of coal-fired power stations in the United States ...

This is a list of 251 operational coal-fired power stations in the United States.. In 2019 there were 241 coal powered units across the United States which generated 23% of the United States electricity in 2019, an amount of electricity similar to that from renewable energy or nuclear power but about half of the amount generated by natural gas plants. . Installed capacity was about

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Big Stone Power Plant gets a makeover

 · The Big Stone Power Plant in South Dakota, is undergoing one of the largest upgrades in the Midwest, but environmentalists say it isn''t enough. More from Star Tribune. Homeownership gap in the Twin Cities is highest in the nation June 27 Twins Reusse: Twins forget ...

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List of power stations in South Dakota

This is a list of electricity-generating power stations in the U.S. state of South Dakota 2019, South Dakota had a total summer capacity of 4,169 MW through all of its power plants, and a net generation of 12,616 GWh. The corresponding electrical energy generation was 54.6% hydroelectric, 19.2% wind, 18.0% coal, 8.1% natural gas, and 0.1% petroleum.

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Big Stone County

Big Stone County Board of Commissioners. Attest: _____ Michelle Knutson, Big Stone County Auditor. I, Michelle Knutson, do hereby certify that this is a true and correct copy of the Big Stone County Wind Power Ordinance as passed by the Board of Commissioners on _____, 2006.

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Petition to Object to Otter Tail Power Company''''s Big ...

permit for Big Stone II, DENR also issued a draft Title V permit for the Big Stone power plant (which covered both Big Stone I and Big Stone II) for public review and comment in January of 2008. On June 23, 2006, Sierra Club submitted written comments on the 2006 draft PSD permit for Big Stone …

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Big Stone

Big Stone, located in Big Stone, SD, is an energy plant that converts energy into bulk electrical power. The Power Plant distributes electrical power to the Grant County area electrical grid, which delivers it to electricity consumers. You may contact Power Plants for questions about: Types of Power Plants in Grant County, SD

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Big Stone II

The Big Stone II electrical power plant, was set to be constructed next to an existing power station near Milbank, S.D. but was abandoned on November 2, 2009. The plant would have been built on the same site as the 450 MW Big Stone Power Plant (several miles from the Minnesota border).

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Utilities kill plans for Big Stone II power plant – Twin ...

 · Developers of the controversial Big Stone II power plant in Milbank, S.D., said Monday they will not build the $1.6 billion coal-fired project, ending a four-year battle between utilities and envir…

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Big Stone Plant [48100

Get directions, reviews and information for Big Stone Plant in Big Stone City, SD. Big Stone Plant [48100 - 48198] 144th St Big Stone City SD 57216. Reviews (605) 862-6300 Website. Menu & Reservations ... Otter Tail Power Company provides electricity and energy services to more than 129,000 people in Minnesota, North Dakota and South Dakota ...

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Best 17 Electricians in Big Stone City, SD with Reviews ...

Wiese Electric. Electricians Electric Equipment Repair & Service Electric Contractors-Commercial & Industrial. (605) 237-2437. 14463 484th ave. Big Stone City, SD 57216. 8. Whetstone Valley Elec CO-OP. Electricians Electric Companies Electric Contractors-Commercial & Industrial.

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Big Stone power plant expansion gets green light | The Current

 · The Big Stone power plant in South Dakota. A coalition of utilities has gotten the green light to build a second coal-fired plant there, called Big Stone II. (MPR Photo/Mark Steil) A group of seven electricity companies want to build the new power plant in South Dakota, just a few miles west of Ortonville, Minnesota.

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Big Stone power line decision delayed in South Dakota

 · Montana-Dakota Utilities and Otter Tail Power want the line to connect new substations near the Big Stone power plant in Grant County and near Ellendale, N.D.

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Big Stone Lake Dam, Ortonville, MN

The Big Stone Lake Dam was built in 1937 as part of a depression era WPA project to lessen the downstream impact of periodic flooding. The dam features ten concrete pylons. Steel pates are fitted in slots on the sides of these pylons. These slots support and guide the steel plates as they are raised and lowered to control the water flowing out ...

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Big Stone Power Outages

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