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College of St. Benedict Power Facility

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The College of St. Benedict Power Facility in St. Joseph, MN, is a traditional steam generation facility. No electricity is produced at the power facility so all electricity is obtained from Xcel Energy.[1] The facility currently has six boilers, which fire either coal or natural gas with fuel oil backup.[2]

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  1. "SJU Power Facility Overview" College of Saint Benedict/Saint John's University Website, accessed December 2009
  2. "Air Emissions Permit", Minnesota Pollution Control Agency, February 10, 2009.

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