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Star Tribune | More cities across Minnesota are turning to renewable sources of energy

– In St. Cloud, though, a pair of powerful solar arrays and a state-of-the-art biodigester that turns sewage into electricity, heat and fertilizer sometimes generate more power than the plant can use. That happened for the first time on April 12 of last year. Since then, it’s happened on 30 additional days, most recently on June 5.

Mentioned: Great Plains Institute is a McKnight grantee.


Topic: Midwest Climate & Energy

June 2018

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