Fresh Energy reached a landmark moment as we filed our first round of comments in the new fossil gas dockets at the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission.
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.
Instead of pouring money into unneeded fossil-fuel infrastructure, Minnesota should speed the transition to electric vehicles powered by renewable energy.
Connecting solar and other clean energy to the electric grid has been overly complicated, but with leadership from Fresh Energy and its partners, the process is now simpler and more transparent.
In Xcel Energy’s new time-of-use pilot, customers can save money by using electricity at different times of day.
The way we get electricity is undergoing a radical transformation. Technology advances and cost declines have reversed this trend, and today smaller “distributed energy resources” are in vogue.