Fresh Energy is pleased to announce that we are partnering with the Minnesota Department of Commerce, Division of Energy Resources to hold a stakeholder meeting later this month to discuss opportunities to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of low-income Conservation Improvement Programs (CIP).
The meeting follows five low-income CIP evaluation reports conducted by APPRISE Incorporated and published by the Minnesota Department of Commerce, Division of Energy Resources. This meeting will serve as a venue to identify key strategies to benefit under-resourced households throughout the state.
Minnesota is a national leader in energy efficiency, and strong policies and programs have helped ensure that under-resourced households see the benefits of energy efficiency, including reduced energy costs, improved housing affordability, and increased health and comfort. We look forward to continuing these efforts with the Division of Energy Resources to identify even more opportunities to improve access to energy efficiency programs for households of all income levels.