Wind farm in central Minn. falls behind schedule
PAYNESVILLE, Minn. (AP) — A wind farm that was to be the first such large-scale operation in central Minnesota is about a year behind schedule.
Edina-based Geronimo Wind Energy has the necessary permits to build the 95-megawatt wind farm. But the company hasn't been able to find a utility company willing to buy its energy. Geronimo spokesman Charlie Daum attributed the delay to a slow market.
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