Energy efficiency programs are powerful tools that can reduce the energy we need in our homes, apartments, and buildings which results in both lower energy bills for customers and a reduced climate impact.
At a time when Minnesotans are facing unprecedented economic challenges, the current operations at many coal plants are costing customers more money due to significant plant operating losses.
Minnesota Power has filed a proposal to withdraw the rate case and pullback the rate increases and rate design changes we were working against.
Fresh Energy executive director Michael Noble released the following statement in response to the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission decision to approve Minnesota Power’s proposal to invest in a natural gas plant in Superior, Wisconsin.
In a recent ruling, Administrative Law Judge Jeanne Cochran finds Minnesota Power failed to show that their proposed new natural gas would be in the public interest.
Strong policies are key to maximizing smart energy savings in our state that benefit homes and businesses. Based on new reports, Minnesota programs are working!