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What Minnesota’s carbon-free law means for city utilities with biomass, coal

Summary by Ground News
A landmark climate law passed in February by Democrats requires electric utilities to be 100% carbon-free by 2040. Hibbing has likely already met a newly updated goal for 55% renewable electricity. But the plant, and the city, is now in limbo. It illustrates how smaller utilities in Minnesota are grappling with the law.

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