Minnesota is under a state mandate to produce more electricity without using fossil fuels. Xcel Energy is supposed to generate 30 percent of its power from renewables – like wind – within the next ten years, but that push is starting to run into opposition from landowners all across the state. FOX 9 Investigator Jeff Ballion tells us why.
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