A new state “community power” mapping tool released this month gives policymakers and activists a national scorecard on state and local clean energy initiatives.
A new advocacy group has begun working on behalf of Minnesota ratepayers to hold down utility charges while also promoting energy efficiency and renewable energy.
This month customers of CenterPoint Energy in Minneapolis will see a small increase on their utility bills that will have nothing to do with their direct energy consumption.
A Minnesota apartment management company is installing more than 500 kW of solar on its properties this year alone.
Three sprawling development sites in the Twin Cities that are expected to see thousands of new residents and billions in investment in the next decade are planning for a net-zero future.
Four Midwest states rank among the top in the nation for making it easier for corporations to gain better access to wind and solar, according to a report released Tuesday by Advanced Energy Economy.
A nonprofit housing developer in St. Paul is embarking upon an ambitious plan to create a net zero community that would include a solar garden in one of the city’s poorer neighborhoods.
Xcel Energy has awarded $5.5 million to the Minnesota Energy Center to encourage research related to electricity and to help train a workforce for the future.
Catrina Rorke,the state program director at the conservative R Street Institute, discusses a free market approach to clean energy ahead of her visit to Minneapolis today.
Minnesota became the first state in the nation Thursday to adopt a “value of solar” approach for determining how community solar customers will be paid for the power the projects produce.