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Hometown BioEnergy Receives Power Magazine's 2014 Top Plant Award

MMPA Pricing $50 Million Bond Issue

Senator Klobuchar Visits Hometown BioEnergy Facility – Featured in the Le Sueur News Herald

Hometown BioEnergy Featured in Public Power Daily

Hometown BioEnergy Generating Electricity

MMPA Names New Board Chair, Reports on Progress

Elk River Joins MMPA - Featured in Star Tribune

Elk River Municipal Utilities to Join MMPA

2011 MMPA Annual Report

Oak Glen Wind Farm Featured in Owatonna People's Press

Oak Glen Wind Farm Featured in Blooming Prairie Times

Energizing Students

MMPA Supports Energy Education

Electric Ratepayers Will Benefit from $25.4 Million Federal Grant

MPCA Issues Environmental Permits to Hometown BioEnergy in Le Sueur

MMPA's Faribault Energy Park Receives Design Award

FEP Receives Best Practice Award from Combined Cycle Journal

Hometown BioEnergy Featured in Pioneer Press

MPCA Vote Advances Minnesota's First Utility Scale BioEnergy Facility

Hometown BioEnergy is Featured in Biomass Magazine

Oak Glen Wind Farm is Featured in The Times - Blooming Prairie, MN

Hometown BioEnergy is Featured in the Star Tribune

Oak Glen Wind Farm is Featured in Owatonna People’s Press.

Oak Glen Wind Farm is Featured in Blooming Prairie Times.

FEP receives Nomination for Best Practice Award in Environmental Stewardship from Combined Cycle Journal

Oak Glen Wind Farm is Featured in Owatonna People's Press

Shell Rock Wind Farm is featured in the Albert Lea Tribune.

Oak Glen Wind Farm is featured in the Owatonna People's Press.

11 Cities Seeking Places to Raise Wind Turbines

Congressman John Kline Visits FEP

MMPA’s Faribault Energy Park hosted a visit from Congressman John Kline on July 21, 2008. The meeting consisted of a public forum followed by a tour of the facilities. Congressman Kline's stop in Faribault was the latest in a series of visits of energy production facilities around the 2nd District.

Faribault Energy Park is Power Magazine's March 2008 Cover Story

Developing power projects has become less a technical challenge and more an exercise in developing good relationships among all the stakeholders. If a community understands the need for a new plant and is involved in its development process, the odds of a successful project increase.

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