BLACK HILLS POWER ISSUES REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL FOR COMMUNITY RENEWABLE ENERGY PROJECT IN MONTANA SERVICE TERRITORY
2012-11-14 22:15:55 -
RAPID CITY, SD - Nov. 14, 2012 - Black Hills Power is requesting proposals to
add to its portfolio of energy resources for its Montana customers with a
qualifying renewable energy project. Black Hills Power serves approximately 30
rural residential and commercial/industrial customers in southeastern Montana.
Montana established requirements for investor-owned utilities operating in the
state to collectively supply at least 50 megawatts of renewable energy credits
and electricity output from qualifying community renewable energy projects
beginning in 2012.
"This request is an opportunity for us to augment the power we supply customers
in Montana with qualifying renewable sources of energy" said Mike Theis,
director of utility strategies at Black Hills Power. "We are looking for
companies that have the capabilities of meeting our needs and the requirements
of the state of Montana."
Interested parties can go to www.blackhillspower.com for additional information
about the request for proposals. Specific requirements for proposals and contact
information for additional questions are on the website.
ABOUT BLACK HILLS POWER
Black Hills Power Inc. is the legacy utility business of Black Hills Corp. and
has been delivering energy for more than 129 years. The electric utility serves
68,000 customers in 34 communities in western South Dakota, northeastern
Wyoming, and southeastern Montana.
ABOUT BLACK HILLS CORP.
Black Hills Corp. (NYSE: BKH), a diversified energy company with a tradition of
exemplary service and a vision to be the energy partner of choice, is based in
Rapid City, S.D., and has corporate offices in Denver and Papillion, Neb. The
company serves 765,000 natural gas and electric utility customers in Colorado,
Iowa, Kansas, Montana, Nebraska, South Dakota and Wyoming. The company's non-
regulated businesses generate wholesale electricity and produce natural gas, oil
and coal. Black Hills' 2,000 employees partner to produce results that are
improving life with energy. More information is available at
Jerome E. Nichols 605-721-1171
Mutch Usera 605-716-3951 or 605-484-1476 (C)
Media Relations Line 866-243-9002
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