Environmental Liability Transfer Purchases Former Electrical Plant in Sherburn, Minnesota

The Fox Lake generating station was retired in 2017.

SHERBURN, MINN. — Environmental Liability Transfer Inc. (ELT) has purchased the retired Fox Lake generating station from Alliant Energy. The purchase price was not disclosed. The transaction included the purchase of real estate assets, machinery and equipment and the assumption of legacy environmental liabilities associated with the site. ELT will oversee the decommissioning and demolition process as well as environmental remediation obligations going forward. The facility is located in Sherburn along the south bank of Fox Lake. Coal-fired operations began at the plant in 1950 before it was converted to natural gas in the 1990s. The generating station provided power to more than 100,000 homes in Martin County before it was retired in 2017. The timeline for completion of environmental remediation and demolition projects is three years, at which point the site will be marketed for reuse.

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