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Ryan Gilbertson was charged with several federal fraud offenses.
Cooperative Energy Futures develops arrays and then seeks subscribers who also essentially become shareholders.
Union said developer of Bitter Root project relies on out-of-state labor.
Meeting the goals might be challenging but are doable, the state-funded study said.
Wire and mail fraud are among the federal charges filed against Jamie Lee Smith.
Minnesota has met many set 11 years ago, but other states have grown more aggressive.
Theater of Public Policy hosted two public utilities commissioners but had to cancel event because of hecklers.
David Thomas Rougier used $835,000 in clients' money for personal expenses.
State utility regulators Monday declined to reconsider their approval of Enbridge's controversial new oil pipeline across northern Minnesota, setting the stage for a court appeal by pipeline opponents.
Tight labor market, low oil prices and winter weather could slow growth, officials said.