In spite of a split-control legislature, 2021 has been an incredibly impactful year for energy at the State Capitol with significant investments in solar energy, policy support for a just and equitable transition, innovative decarbonization strategies, and more.
As we near the final month of the 2021 session of the Minnesota Legislature, Fresh Energy continues to diligently seek common ground within the Legislature and among Minnesota’s energy stakeholders as we pursue our mission to achieve equitable carbon neutrality by 2050.
With signs of renewal and rejuvenation, it is no wonder that the season of spring is a favorite for many Minnesotans – me included. But this year, spring brings with it a challenging mix of hope, trauma, restoration, and risk.
The Minnesota Legislature has the decision-making power to ensure that the next generation of Minnesotans have the freedom to travel in a safe, clean, and efficient manner.
As an organization founded on the principle of serving the public interest, Fresh Energy depends on public institutions that are open, accessible, stable, and accountable.
Read about the monumental commitment announced today the Capitol.