Funding can be found for clean energy
WILLMAR -- With the stated goal of using biofuels as an engine to move the region to a positive economic future, community leaders heard Wednesday about tools to make that happen.
Bill Glahn, director of the Minnesota Office of Energy Security, discussed during a forum in Willmar the existing programs and potential programs that could help residents, businesses and local governments and utilities obtain the necessary capital to implement clean-energy projects.
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