Energy policy continues to be a hot button topic in Edina, which is one of the big reasons I decided to attend Edina’s first annual Home Energy Fair on Saturday, October 7th .
Minnesota has made great progress in transitioning to a cleaner, more renewable electric supply mix. Since 2005, we’ve reduced carbon emissions
It’s been great to discover that Conservation Minnesota can play an important role in helping to establish these commissions in communities where we work.
The Metro Clean Energy Resource Team has release a Request for Proposals for clean energy or energy conservation projects. Take a look at what projects have benefitted from Seed funding in the past!
After years of advocacy, the residents of several southern Minnesota cities are finally going to have the opportunity to buy into community solar.
Exploring solar panels is an exciting process for homeowners who are able to take the step towards being nearly energy self-reliant, but speaking with a homeowner association for approval can seem complicated and daunting. Check out this post for tips on seeking solar panel approval with an HOA!
And that’s a big part about why I was excited to organize a community forum for Edina residents to learn more about Edina’s new Energy Action Plan