6,000 Megawatts in North Dakota's Future?

Wind farms are quickly growing across North Dakota.
Dakota’s Public Service Commission announced that proposed wind projects that total almost 6,000 megawatts of power are in a regulatory stage.
The project is a $11.4 billion investment with more than $507 million in transmission upgrades to accommodate the state with the growth in wind power.
The largest transmission project will be a 250-mile line from Fargo to Monticello, MN. If approved the project will cost $390 million and serve wind farms in both North Dakota and northwest Minnesota.
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