Minnesota's largest energy cooperative announced today that electric vehicle owners in its territory can use wind power to offset the electricity used to charge their cars at no additional cost.
A new report from Minneapolis officials finds that large office buildings are among the city's most energy efficient.
What could the creation of beauty products derived from botanical ingredients have to do with climate change?
Two representatives of a Manitoba tribe spoke to Minnesota legislators in opposition to proposed legislation allowing utilities to count new hydropower projects toward meeting their renewable energy goals.
Over the next few days the Minnesota Legislature will likely try to merge two vastly different bills involving energy policy into an omnibus bill that will likely face heavy scrutiny from Gov. Mark Dayton.
In Minnesota, the state Pollution Control Agency (PCA) and organizations such as the Great Plains Institute are helping businesses make smart decisions as they pursue workplace EV charging.
Minnesota ratepayers should look hard at their current energy bills and start asking harder questions about the business model of their electric monopoly.
As Minnesota emerges as a leader in solar power, an event here next week will take a broader regional perspective on the growing industry.
While the EPA recommends Minnesota meet carbon targets through efficiency and natural gas, a recent report says renewable energy -- particularly wind -- may be a cheaper option.
Community solar developers in Minnesota are accusing Xcel Energy of openly defying state regulators in its effort to prevent multiple projects to be co-located at the same site.