Minnesota Power has the expertise to create customized proposals for providing electricity, steam, compressed air, and deionized water. For our large power contracts, we offer a "guaranteed annual revenue" feature to help offset customer costs associated with line extensions and system upgrades.
The City of Hoyt Lake’s water capacity is 1.5 million gallons per day; the wastewater capacity is 650,000 gallons per day. Minnesota Energy Resources has a four-inch main for its natural gas customers in the park. And telecom providers Frontier Communications and Mediacom serve the area with modern telecommunications including high speed Internet, voice solutions, and cloud security and backup. The park is served by a two-lane, nine-ton road.