Check out how we’re cracking the code for sustainable buildings in Minnesota and beyond with this explainer blog.
We’re launching a new Buildings department! Read about how it’s helping us lock in deeper decarbonization, and meet the Buildings team.
Pollution from buildings continues to grow every year. Here’s how Fresh Energy is working to change and create buildings for a healthy future.
As our electricity grows cleaner, we must invest in deep decarbonization, or electrification, of our residential multifamily buildings—a move good for under-resourced households and Minnesota’s climate goals.
Fresh Energy’s Gas Decarbonization program is the first of its kind in the state and will be pivotal to moving toward a future where buildings and industries are powered by clean electricity instead of fossil gas.
For nearly two years, a broad mix of stakeholders—from natural gas and electric utilities to natural gas consumers to workforce advocates to clean energy advocates and implementers—has been convening to discuss methods for decarbonizing Minnesota’s natural gas end uses, with final recommendations published in the report “Decarbonizing Minnesota’s Natural Gas End Uses.”