The House Jobs, Energy, and Commerce Omnibus Bill provides policy and funding to advance Minnesota’s clean energy and efficiency transition. Significant elements of the bill include: solar installations on schools and public buildings, electric vehicle infrastructure and assistance, weatherization assistance, community energy transition grants, public-private partnership investment in innovative technology and integration, state competitiveness funding for federal investment leverage, and the Buy Clean Task Force for sustainable materials acquisition recommendations. In total, this legislation proposes over $120 million in energy-related supplemental funding to help accelerate emissions reductions across Minnesota.
Jobs, Energy, and Commerce Omnibus Bill | SF 4091
House SF 4091, the Jobs, Energy, and Commerce Omnibus bill passed the House floor.
The bill proceeded to a conference committee to be negotiated with the Senate’s version of the Jobs, Energy, and Commerce Omnibus bill. The committee successfully adopted a compromise conference report, but the legislation was not passed before the adjournment of session.
What a yes means
A "yes" vote advances over $120 million in energy-related supplemental funding to accelerate emissions reductions across Minnesota.
What a no would have meant
A "no" vote stalls over $120 million in energy-related investments.
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