Black Hills Power gets bonding OK, makes rate changes
PIERRE -- Black Hills Power received authority from South Dakota regulators Tuesday to issue up to $110 million in bonds that will help pay for the next round of improvements to its electricity system.
The Rapid City-based utility company plans to use part of the financing for its share of a new power plant called Cheyenne Prairie, to be built in Wyoming.
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