Two miles south of Beulah, ND.
Coyote Station is a lignite-based electric generating station with one cyclone boiler. Coyote Station provides baseload electric service, operating 24 hours a day, seven days a week. The Station is operated by Otter Tail Power Company, along with Montana-Dakota Utilities Co., Northern Municipal Power Agency and Northwestern Energy.
Power production capability:
The station has one unit rated at 420 megawatts.
Coyote Station annual consumes about 2.5 million tons of lignite supplied from the nearby Beulah Mine. The mine is owned and operated by Dakota Westmoreland Corporation.
Coyote Station began operating in October 1981 and took nearly four years to complete. Otter Tail Power Company operates the Station and shares ownership with Montana-Dakota Utilities Co., Northern Municipal Power Agency and Northwestern Energy.
The Coyote Station uses a dry scrubber to remove sulfur dioxide and a fabric filter to remove particulates from stack gases to meet or surpass North Dakota and federal air quality standards.