Recent News

Jun 24, 2022

Fresh Energy Statement: Clean energy, climate, and the defense of human rights 

Fresh Energy supports the human rights of all, including the human rights of women, transgender, and gender nonconforming individuals in Minnesota, the Midwest, and beyond.

Jun 22, 2022

What’s up with DC Fast Charging for electric vehicles?

What is DC Fast Charging and how is it amping up in Minnesota? We answer those questions and more in this blog post!

Jun 21, 2022

Put your best foot forward!

For the first time ever, we have created Fresh Energy-branded wool socks that celebrate wind, solar, and clean energy. Here’s how to get your pair!

Jun 17, 2022

ECO Act Update: One year of progress with even more to come

Implementation of the ECO Act is underway, let’s look back at the four biggest things that have happened so far, and what’s still to come.

Jun 10, 2022

Join us in welcoming Julia and Caitlin to the Fresh Energy team!

Julia and Caitlin have recently joined our Fresh Energy team “roster!” Get to know a bit about them in this blog.

Sabathani Community Center

Jun 08, 2022

A win for community energy resiliency

Xcel’s Integrated Distribution Plan includes, grid investments, stakeholder engagement, resiliency hubs, and more.

Jun 08, 2022

Carrying on Together: A reflection two years after the murder of George Floyd.

Fresh Energy’s Janiece Watts writes, “We must carry on together for the protection and creation of a just and livable society.”

Jun 04, 2022

Energy PLUS

Join us at our annual summer webinar series, Energy PLUS, to discuss the ways energy and climate are present in our lives. Details here!

Jun 01, 2022

Healthy Buildings for All: Fresh Energy’s new Buildings department aims for deeper decarbonization

We’re launching a new Buildings department! Read about how it’s helping us lock in deeper decarbonization, and meet the Buildings team.

May 26, 2022

What’s up with networked geothermal?  

What if we told you that there is a way to utilize heat pumps that can achieve up to 600 percent efficiencies? Enter: Networked geothermal.