Utility officials, industry pros remain divided on the potential Big Stone II costs
ST. PAUL -- Energy experts and utility officials disagree over the potential cost of a proposed coal-fueled power plant and related transmission line improvements.
Officials from five utilities seeking regulatory approval for the Big Stone II project said Thursday they have used conservative cost estimates.
Opponents of the coal-fueled plant said there are market uncertainties that could be significant enough to warrant halting the project.
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