July 15, 2024

Dairyland Power Cooperative

Superior City Council
City Council Vote Stalls Planned Wisconsin Gas-fired Plant
The planned 625-MW gas-fired Nemadji Trail Energy Center encountered another hitch after the Superior City Council refused to move ahead on zoning changes necessary for breaking ground.
ATC and ITC Midwest
Cardinal-Hickory Creek Developers Appeal Injunction on Line’s Final Mile
Two of the developers behind the embattled Cardinal-Hickory Creek transmission line have appealed to lift an injunction on the last mile of the project that will intersect a wildlife refuge in Wisconsin and Iowa.
Judge Pauses Final Mile of Controversial Cardinal-Hickory Creek through Wildlife Refuge
In what’s beginning to feel like déjà vu, Cardinal Hickory Creek’s last unconstructed mile is again subject to a preliminary injunction.
ATC and ITC Midwest
Conservation Groups File Another Lawsuit to Stop Cardinal-Hickory Creek’s Last Mile
Three conservation groups filed a lawsuit against federal agencies for consenting to permits and a land exchange to allow the Cardinal-Hickory Creek 345-kV line to carve a path through a wildlife refuge in Wisconsin.
Grid North Partners
FERC Approves Dairyland Incentives for Minn.-Wis. Transmission Line
FERC OKd Dairyland Power Coop’s requested rate incentives for the Wilmarth-North Rochester-Tremval project, a 169-mile line spanning Minnesota and Wisconsin.
Dairyland Power Cooperative
MISO Selects Ameren, Dairyland to Build 3rd and 4th LRTP Competitive Projects
MISO has chosen Ameren Transmission Co. of Illinois and Dairyland Power Cooperative to build the third and fourth competitive transmission projects emerging from its long-range transmission plan.
Minnesota Power, Dairyland Power Cooperative and Basin Electric Power Cooperative
Wisconsin Gas Plant Delayed as Enviros Still Try to Block Project
The timeline for building the Nemadji Trail Energy Center has been pushed into next year as clean energy groups continue to challenge the need for the planned gas plant.
House Natural Resources Committee
Changes to Permitting Laws Face a Stark Partisan Divide
"Permitting reform" might be supported by a wide array of interests, but the details highlight major divides among the two political parties in Congress.
NRECA Endorses 2-Year Limit on NEPA Reviews
The National Rural Electric Cooperative Association urged Congress to streamline permitting of transmission, backing a bill to limit NEPA reviews to two years.
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Enviro Groups Push Wisconsin DNR to Scrutinize Cardinal-Hickory Creek Line
Conservation groups have asked Wisconsin’s Department of Natural Resources to revoke permits for the embattled Cardinal-Hickory Creek transmission line.

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