University of Minnesota Crookston Heating Plant
From Global Energy Monitor
The University of Minnesota Crookston Heating Plant burns coal to create steam to heat water for the campus. The first heating plant was established in 1913, and the coal storage building was added in 1974. 
- "Heating Plant", University of Minnesota Crookston Website, accessed December 2009
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