N.D. power plant to open in late 2010
BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) -- Developers say North Dakota's first coal-fired power plant in a quarter century will be operating late this year at the Spiritwood Industrial Park near Jamestown.
But a sister plant that would cook stalks of corn and wheat into fuel has suffered some setbacks, including a lost federal grant and a partner that has pulled out of the project.
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