The path to electrifying our economy starts with the low-hanging fruit—getting off of fossil fuels and on to clean electricity to power our cars, heat and cool our homes, and create a modern and resilient electric grid.
Did you know that you can give a gift to Fresh Energy AND save money at the same time? With tax season now in our rear-view mirror, Michael Noble shares some insights about one of the most effective ways to make a gift to your favorite non-profit or charity.
Fresh Energy’s Michael Noble and Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity’s Sue Haigh make the case that highly efficient buildings are beneficial to Minnesota homeowners of all income levels.
Mark and Kate Hanson’s home in Roseville, Minnesota, has many special features – but one of the most exciting is their use of clean electricity for heating, cooling, keeping the lights on, and powering the family cars. For nearly 25 years, Fresh Energy has been working to transition to a clean energy system in the state. Increasingly we see that an “all-electric economy” – like the one modeled by Mark and Kate Hanson – may just be the answer.