Minnesota Public Utilities Commission has taken significant step in establishing the rules of the road for the Natural Gas Innovation Act, also known as NGIA
Electric panel updates are a crucial way to speed up home electrification, but cost can be a barrier. Here’s how Fresh Energy is working to prepare homes for the energy transition.
With over $800 million in funding for public transportation heading to Minnesota from the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law—not to mention an additional $2.5 billion in competitive grants for electric transit buses—the time is now for cities and counties to establish electric bus goals and policies that ensure they get a piece of the pie.
Fresh Energy and Minnesota Center for Environmental Advocacy applaud the proposed settlement that puts modernizing policies and customer needs first.
Electrifying Minnesota’s medium- and heavy-duty vehicles is good for climate, health, and the economy, according to a new report.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has published its final federal rules for stronger tailpipe emissions standards for passenger cars and light-duty trucks.