The climate crisis is more urgent than ever, and we need ambitious policies and investments that push Minnesota and the United States closer to a clean energy future. Join us today.
If it were ranked as an independent country, the Midwest would be the fifth largest emitter in the world. Let’s dive into a few reasons why.
We are so grateful for the 105 generous donors who made a gift to Fresh Energy on Give to the Max Day! With your support, we’re proud to share that we raised $10,864 in support of ambitious, actionable, and equitable clean energy and climate progress in Minnesota.
Our Board of Directors plays a critical role in guiding our clean energy and climate action. Join us as we welcome six new board members!
Substantial progress on clean energy and climate action was made at COP26, the global climate summit. But there’s ample room for growth. Read on for the details.
Give to the Max Day is coming up this Thursday, November 18, and we hope you will join us in celebrating Minnesota’s Giving Holiday by making a donation to support Fresh Energy.
President Biden has signed into law the bipartisan infrastructure bill. Here’s what it means for clean energy.
Florence Hedeen and her family support Fresh Energy because they know that action now will shape the Minnesota we leave to future generations.
With this historic bill, our country is on the path to reduce the carbon pollution that drives climate change while creating jobs and opportunity for all. And Minnesotans will feel these impacts.
Fresh Energy is building upon the work we have engaged in on diversity, equity, and inclusion, and diving into a deeper analysis of anti-racism at our organization.