ALLETE Clean Energy Adds 50-MW Oregon Wind Site to Refurbishment Strategy

Allete Clean Energy, a wholly owned subsidiary of ALLETE (NYSE: ALE),
announced today it is refurbishing its 50-megawatt Condon Wind facility
in Oregon, with the project scheduled to be completed in 2019.

The refurbishment will extend the operating life of the facility,
sustain its high level of operating availability and requalify the site
for federal production tax credits. The project also will position the
site for recontracting after the existing power sales agreement with
Bonneville Power Administration expires in late 2022. This investment
ensures the Condon facility will continue to deliver its sustainable
energy supply and add value to the Condon community well into the future.

"We are pleased to advance our fleet-wide optimization strategy with the
refurbishment initiative at Condon,a?? said ALLETE Clean Energy Chief
Financial Officer Laura Schauer. "The project will position the site
well for future power sales, extend the projecta??s operating life,
sustain operating performance and produce income growth.a??

The investment in the facility includes equipment and system upgrades
necessary to drive high availability and clean energy production
performance. ALLETE Clean Energy acquired the Condon facility from AES
Corporation in 2014 as part of a portfolio acquisition that included
wind facilities at Storm Lake in Iowa, Lake Benton in Minnesota and
Armenia Mountain in Pennsylvania.

In addition to the Condon project, ALLETE Clean Energy is refurbishing
385 turbines at the Lake Benton and Storm Lake sites to improve turbine
performance and reliability, generate federal production tax credits at
each site and support the renewal of power sales agreements at Storm
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