CapX2020 approved

Wisconsin regulators approve plans to build a $202 million, high-voltage transmission line in western Wisconsin that will serve as the last leg of the CapX2020 transmission lines. The 700-mile series of lines would bring lower-cost power across Minnesota from the Dakotas.
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Wisconsin regulators approve plans to build a $202 million, high-voltage transmission line in western Wisconsin that will serve as the last leg of the CapX2020 transmission lines. The 700-mile series of lines would bring lower-cost power across Minnesota from the Dakotas.

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