December 16, 2022


Otter Tail Power Company President Tim Rogelstad announced today that Bruce Gerhardson will serve as director, regulatory affairs and compliance, effective immediately.

Astoria Station

“Astoria Station is part of our company’s plan to reliably, economically, and environmentally responsibly meet our customers’ energy needs, replace expiring capacity purchase agreements, and prepare for the 2021 retirement of the 1950s-era 140-megawatt (MW) coal-fired Hoot Lake Plant in Fergus Falls, Minnesota,” said Otter Tail Power Company President Tim Rogelstad.

Central Cass School 2

Central Cass Schools received a $48,000 rebate from Otter Tail Power Company for upgrading to a new geothermal heating system.


On March 2, 2017, the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission (MPUC) granted Otter Tail Power Company a revenue increase to help pay for environmental technologies, infrastructure improvements, and rising costs associated with providing safe, reliable, environmentally responsible electricity.