Renewable Energy

Spring 2017 Newsletter: Energy for the Next Generation

Spring 2017 Newsletter: Energy for the Next Generation

When we ask Minnesotans about reducing pollution by using more renewable energy, the answer is always a resounding Yes! Continue reading

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Spring 2017 Newsletter: A Chance to Work Together

Spring 2017 Newsletter: A Chance to Work Together

This year, our elected officials have a great opportunity to come together around this value to build prosperous communities while protecting the places we love. Continue reading

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Clean Power is the Plan – Renewable Energy is our Future

Clean Power is the Plan – Renewable Energy is our Future

This is a big deal and yet very few people are familiar with the CPP and what it could mean for Minnesota’s health and energy future. Continue reading

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Who Will Go Further: Duluth or Rochester?

Who Will Go Further: Duluth or Rochester?

What’s better than a little friendly competition between cities and colleagues? Continue reading

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Is Minnesota Power On The Same Page With Its Duluth Customers?

Is Minnesota Power On The Same Page With Its Duluth Customers?

Conservation Minnesota is supporting efforts of Duluth residents, along with local and statewide organizations, to ensure people in Duluth and MP’s service area have a true community solar garden option that benefits customers and the community, not just a solar service that MP benefits from by providing it as an option to ratepayers. Continue reading

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Solar Issue Heating Up in Saint Peter

Solar Issue Heating Up in Saint Peter

The turnout at a recent meeting to discuss potential solar fees showed the strength of the community’s support for more renewable energy. Continue reading

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The Sun Does Shine on Minnesota

The Sun Does Shine on Minnesota

There have been a lot of headlines coming out of the South Metro recently talking about communities offsetting high utility bills with clean and affordable renewable energy. Continue reading

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Spring 2016 Newsletter: Renewables First

Spring 2016 Newsletter: Renewables First

Today, wind energy is the cheapest form of energy to produce in Minnesota, and year after year, wind and solar technologies are continuing to improve. Continue reading

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Here Comes the Sun in Edina

Here Comes the Sun in Edina

As the west metro community coordinator, one of the most exciting things for me is to know Edina is helping lead the way by working to install one of the first new community solar gardens in the state. Continue reading

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A Tale of Three Cities

A Tale of Three Cities

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. Continue reading

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