If passed, the ECO Act would be one of the most significant pieces of Minnesota energy legislation in years.
Nearly every town, city, and suburb in Minnesota has a senior care facility. These facilities have a unique dual role in their communities as home for many elders and as a major employer. This role, coupled with Minnesota’s aging population and high standard of eldercare, is why now is the time to set Minnesota’s nursing homes up for future success and sustainability.
Fuel-switching describes the replacement of an end-use consumer technology with one that consumes a different fuel. And there are big opportunities on the horizon to support efficient fuel-switching to clean electricity.
Minnesota’s investor-owned utilities achieved big savings last year, thanks to the Conservation Improvement Program.