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Otter Tail Corporation Reports Record Revenues and Net Income From Continuing Operations for 2007; Earnings Per Share of $1.78; Board Approves Dividend Increase
Date:2/5/2008

rate increase of $7.1 million, or

5.41%, which is part of the rate case filed with the Minnesota Public

Utilities Commission (MPUC). These interim rates remain in effect for

all Minnesota customers until the MPUC makes a final determination on

the electric utility's request, which is expected to occur by August 1,

2008. If final rates are lower than interim rates, the electric utility

will refund customers the difference with interest. If final rates are

higher than interim rates, the higher rates will become effective as of

the date of the MPUC Order approving those rates.

-- The corporation expects the plastics segment's 2008 performance to be

at or below normal levels. Announced capacity expansions are not

expected to come on line until the fourth quarter of 2008.

-- Increased capacity and productivity related to recent expansions and

acquisitions, and the start-up of DMI's wind tower manufacturing plant

in Tulsa, Oklahoma in 2008, are expected to result in increased levels

of net income in the manufacturing segment in 2008. Backlog in place in

the manufacturing segment to support 2008 revenues is approximately

$295 million compared with $241 million one year ago. The wind energy

tower manufacturing business accounts for a substantial portion of the

2008 backlog.

-- The health services segment expects improvement in net income in 2008

as it focuses on improving its mix of imaging assets and asset

utilization rates.

-- The corporation expects its food ingredient processing business to have

increased net income due to higher operating margins in 2008. This

business has backlog in place for 2008 of 51.5 million pounds compared

with 52.8 million pounds one year ago.

-- The other business operations segment is expected to have higher

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