The Minnesota Multifamily Affordable Housing Energy Network (MMAHEN) has evolved into Minnesota Energy Efficiency for All (MN EEFA) to more deeply address issues of equity within energy and housing sectors.
Fresh Energy’s new department will bridge our clean energy policy expertise to economic and community development and finance.
Fresh Energy’s team has grown, and we are welcoming a chapter of change with new faces and phases to our critical work of clean energy policy.
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.
Join the Minnesota Department of Commerce for the second planning meeting on the Conservation Improvement Program.
It’s crucial that the most efficient, healthy, and affordable housing and buildings are constructed in Minnesota.