Minnesota’s investor-owned utilities have filed their latest plans or energy efficiency programs and we know that these programs aren’t equitably serving the Minnesotans who stand to benefit most. Read Fresh Energy’s five recommendations for improvement.
The Public Utilities Commission is acting to ease some of the uncertainty and economic burden being borne by some renters and homeowners during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Reliable utility services and equitable, affordable housing are always critical needs and are even more important during the COVID-19 crisis. Learn what Fresh Energy is doing to help ease uncertainty for renters and homeowners.
In these unprecedented times, the systemic inequities present within our energy system have become painfully apparent. Will we use this unprecedented time to examine our current practices and challenge ourselves to improve the system in order to improve the lives of all Minnesotans?
Two weeks into what’s shaping up to be a fast-paced legislative session, we’re striving to make sure that all clean energy policies at the Capitol have equity at their core.
As a national clean energy leader, Minnesota has a significant opportunity to ensure that its shifting utility workforce better reflects our state’s growing diversity.