This year marks three years of Fresh Energy’s Energy Access and Equity program and as the program has grown, we’ve achieved a lot—but we’ve learned even more.
Five things you need to know about the future of equitable, modern energy efficiency in Minnesota.
We recognize that an equitable energy transition requires climate justice, and there is no climate justice without racial justice. The last year has been a time of deep reflection and a realization of much-needed change, for our state as a whole but also for our organization.
Fresh Energy has updated the Strategic Framework that guides the organization and based on careful analysis and input, we also refreshed the imperatives at the heart of our work.
Energy efficiency programs are powerful tools that can reduce the energy we need in our homes, apartments, and buildings which results in both lower energy bills for customers and a reduced climate impact.
The Public Utilities Commission has taken a significant step toward more robust and impactful programs serving under-resourced communities.