Wind energy project gets go-ahead from Public Service Commission
BISMARCK — A wind energy project that’s been in the works since 2008 won final approval Wednesday from the North Dakota Public Service Commission.
The three-member panel voted unanimously to grant an order of public convenience and necessity for the Border Winds project, which will consist of 66 wind turbines north of Rolla, N.D., near the U.S.-Canada border.
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