Our warming world: here and now.
On March 16, 2017, the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission (PUC) approved Otter Tail Power Company’s new 15-year Resource Plan, affirming that additional clean energy investments are a good bet for the utility’s customers.
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.
In honor of Fresh Energy’s 25th anniversary and Women’s History month, Fresh Energy would like to take a moment to acknowledge our Science Policy Director J. Drake Hamilton’s great work.
Read the Winter 2017 issue of Energy Matters – Fresh Energy’s print journal.
Today, Governor Dayton signed a bill into law that allows Xcel Energy to build a natural gas plant in Becker, Minnesota. Though Fresh Energy believes that the bill is a missed opportunity to pursue even greater investments in local clean energy sources like wind, solar, and energy efficiency, we are hopeful that Xcel will bring plans for the proposed plant to the Public Utilities Commission for careful review.