The parent company of Oklahoma wind farm operator ALLETE Clean Energy plans to release its third quarter financial results in early November.
The financial results of ALLETE Inc., a firm headquartered in Duluth, Minnesota will be released before the stock markets open on Wednesday, Nov. 9 of this year.
Following the release, ALLETE Chair, President and Chief Executive Officer Bethany M. Owen, and Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer Steven W. Morris will present an overview of results and discuss other factors related to performance during a conference call beginning at 10 a.m. Eastern time.
ALLETE Clean Energy’s latest renewable energy project is the approximately 300-megawatt Caddo wind site in Oklahoma. It is ALLETE Clean Energy’s second wind site to generate renewable energy for the commercial and industrial power market, with its wind power contracted to the McDonald’s Corp. and the OshKosh Corp.
It joins the Diamond Spring wind site, also in Oklahoma and about 300 megawatts, as ALLETE Clean Energy’s two largest wind projects. Diamond Spring’s renewable wind power is fully contracted to Walmart, Starbucks and Smithfield Foods.
The webcast will be accessible for one year at www.allete.com.
ALLETE, Inc. is an energy company headquartered in Duluth, Minnesota. In addition to its electric utilities, Minnesota Power and Superior Water, Light and Power of Wisconsin, ALLETE owns ALLETE Clean Energy, based in Duluth; BNI Energy in Bismarck, N.D.; and New Energy Equity, headquartered in Annapolis, Maryland; and has an 8% equity interest in the American Transmission Co.
Source: press release