Corn Belt Power Cooperative

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Corn Belt Power Cooperative is a generation and transmission electric cooperative in northern Iowa. It currently supplies to 12 of its member cooperatives in 28 counties in northern Iowa. It owns and maintains a coal-fired plant and a gas combustion turbine generator and is one of the owners of the Duane Arnold Energy Center. The Cooperative also has access to renewable energy sources such as wind and hydroelectric power.[1]

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  1. ^ Corn Belt Power Cooperative. Special Collections Department, Iowa State University.