Innovative project to benefit renters and building efficiency

Through the Saint Paul Tenant-Landlord Energy Project, Fresh Energy and Community Stabilization Project are seeking to build a network of renters, landlords, and other critical stakeholders in the city to advance policies, provide education on energy-related issues, and support implementation of collaboratively developed solutions.

Generous givers raise $11,418 for Fresh Energy on Give to the Max Day 2017

We are so grateful to our generous donors who raised $11,418 for Fresh Energy’s work to support clean energy solutions that benefit local economies and public health.

Fresh Energy shapes and drives realistic, visionary energy policies that benefit all.

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Generous givers raise $11,418 for Fresh Energy on Give to the Max Day 2017

We are so grateful to our generous donors who raised $11,418 for Fresh Energy’s work to support clean energy solutions that benefit local economies and public health.

How grid policy gets written

Over the past 18 months, Fresh Energy has been working with our partners to rewrite  Minnesota’s interconnection standards, which dictate how every new distributed energy system connects to our distribution grid.

Fresh Energy at the Global Climate Summit

In November, Fresh Energy’s science policy director J. Drake Hamilton will be participating in the annual international climate negotiations in Bonn, Germany. Find out what’s happening.

Innovative project to benefit renters and building efficiency

Through the Saint Paul Tenant-Landlord Energy Project, Fresh Energy and Community Stabilization Project are seeking to build a network of renters, landlords, and other critical stakeholders in the city to advance policies, provide education on energy-related issues, and support implementation of collaboratively developed solutions.

Xcel Energy proposes step forward in good rate design

Xcel Energy is proposing to test time-of-use rates with roughly 10,000 residential customers in the Twin Cities metro area—encouraging customers to use less during the most expensive times of the day.