We seek opportunities to develop or acquire mid-size capital projects for electric utilities, cooperatives, municipalities, independent power marketers and large end users across North America. We're open to all types of business relationships including joint ventures and projects fully owned by ALLETE Clean Energy or our customers.
(link): Hoeven: Energy and Water Appropriations Bill Includes $30 Million for Carbon Capture and Sequestration Projects 4/15/2016
Press Release (pdf): ALLETE Clean Energy finalizes sale of Thunder Spirit wind project to Montana-Dakota Utilities 1/5/2016
Press Release (pdf): Thunder Spirit's first wind turbines begin generating electricity. 11/9/2015
Press Release (pdf): Nearby residents, government officials and utility representatives endorse ALLETE Clean Energy’s Thunder Spirit wind farm. 8/25/2015
Press Release (pdf): ALLETE Clean Energy closes on acquisition of Pennsylvania wind facility. 7/2/2015
Press Release (pdf): ALLETE Clean Energy signs purchase agreement with The AES Corporation for 100.5 Megawatt Armenia Mountain wind facility near Troy, Pa. 5/6/2015
Press Release (pdf): ALLETE Clean Energy to acquire a southern Minnesota wind farm 4/16/2015
Press Release (pdf): ALLETE Clean Energy expands wind portfolio with acquisition of Iowa facility. 12/18/14
Press Release (pdf): ALLETE Clean Energy finalizes agreement to develop wind power and sell to Montana-Dakota Utilities. 11/24/14
Press Release (pdf): ALLETE Clean Energy finalizes acquisition of wind farms in Minnesota, Iowa and Oregon. 1/31/14
Press Release (pdf): ALLETE Clean Energy to acquire wind energy facilities in three states. 11/11/13
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A comprehensive pathway for moving the rich and varied energy resources of North Dakota is the idea behind the ALLETE Energy Corridor. ALLETE Clean Energy is moving forward with plans to develop the concept which would provide for the movement of natural gas, petroleum products, water and wastewater, wind energy and future sequestered carbon.
The backbone of the energy corridor is an existing 465-mile path that contains a direct current transmission line running between Center, N.D., and Duluth, Minn. The energy corridor may parallel adjacent right of way along this existing path, as well as some 60 miles west to the Bakken shale oil fields. Various lengths of the corridor could be used for different purposes. An early focus for the corridor is to capture, transport and market the natural gas now being flared at hundreds of shale oil wells across North Dakota.
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Press Release (pdf): ALLETE launches new company to target clean energy marketplace
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