The Citizens Energy Task Force has submitted expert testimony to the administrative law judge on the CapX2020 case. Arne C. Kildegaard, PhD, is associate professor of economics and management at the University of Minneota at Morris. His research and teaching focus on the economics of renewable energy. For a taste, see this article in the CURA Reporter. To read the CETF testimony, see the documents page.
Today’s Midmorning program on Minnesota Public Radio was a lively call-in on the topic of so-called “Clean Coal”. The Big Stone II coal power plant has of course been in the news lately, so this is a timely conversation. Check it out.
The Citizens Energy Task Force (CETF) is a coalition of neighbors and citizens concerned about the proposed CapX2020 high voltage transmission lines in Minnesota and Wisconsin. As a legally registered “intervening party” in the CapX2020 permitting process, we represent the concerns of citizens who question the need for these particular high voltage power lines, and who support clean, sustainable, locally-generated power sources.