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Minnesota has made great progress in transitioning to a cleaner, more renewable electric supply mix. Since 2005, we’ve reduced carbon emissions
On January 12, 5:00pm – 8:15pm, our friends at the Center for Energy and Environment will be hosting the 2017 Energy Policy Forum: Electric Co-ops Lead Minnesota Innovation
Decoupling — otherwise known as “Utility Revenue Decoupling” (but that’s just so nerdy!) — is a regulatory tool that lessens the impact that changes in utility energy sales have on utility revenues
The Behavior, Energy, and Climate Change (BECC) conference is an annual event focused on understanding how we make decisions around energy usage and climate change.
Minneapolis, Rochester, and Paris: viewed together, they underscore a shared value in local action that drives global change: Change a light bulb, change the world.
Time and again the facts have shown that clean energy is cost effective, and in the past when Minnesota has embraced the adoption of clean energy, it has always been the right thing to do.
As Minnesota’s energy resource future continues to evolve, the ways we track and guide that future must continue to evolve as well.
This year, CEE and WCEC’s field team completed extensive sealing and testing of two newly constructed multifamily buildings with noteworthy success.
I have been proud to serve as president of the Center for Energy and Environment since founding the organization over 35 years ago.
CEE’s Energy Fit Homes℠ program is a perfect match for this growing emphasis on energy-efficient living.