Buildings are for people and our bodies. And the only way to make carbon-free buildings just and equitable is to make them for every type of body.
Midwest Buildings Leading the Zero Emissions Charge
Innovative buildings in the Midwest are saving owners thousands on energy bills and reducing carbon emissions. They’re good for people and our planet.
Truly Affordable: The Intersection of Energy and Housing Affordability
Our Truly Affordable discussions from July 2020 focus on the intersection of energy and housing affordability. Listen to the conversations here!
Saint Paul Follows Best Practice of Tracking Building Energy Usage
Saint Paul’s Climate Action Plan identified that 62 percent of the city’s greenhouse gas emissions come from building energy usage. We’re excited to see that the city is making moves to address this by considering more closely tracking energy usage in large buildings. We see as a first step toward addressing some of these emissions and ultimately reducing energy consumption.
Beneficial electrification and our clean energy future
We envision a bright—and electric—future for all Minnesotans with beneficial electrification driving the change. What exactly does it mean to “electrify everything”?
Envisioning an all-electric economy
For 25 years, Fresh Energy has been working to transition to a clean energy system in the state. Increasingly we see that an “all-electric economy” may just be the answer.