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Are you a community solar garden subscriber? Let us know

The Citizens Utility Board is continuously learning about energy consumers in Minnesota so we can assist them on energy matters to the best of our ability. With community solar programs becoming more popular, CUB staff would like to learn more about how people became involved with these programs and to better understand the customer experience….

Xcel proposes pilots to expand electric vehicle charging in Twin Cities

While driving around town nowadays you may have noticed more and more electric vehicles (EVs) on the roads, and you are not alone. Xcel Energy has also taken notice and is now looking to expand their services to support the growth of the EV market. Xcel has proposed a pilot to build out charging infrastructure…

Have an energy-related question or problem? CUB can help

As a consumer advocate, CUB guides residential and small business consumers on how to address a variety of energy-related questions and concerns.  In this blog, we’ll share some of the topics that people look to us for help.  We encourage you to reach out to us about these topics and others.  If we can’t help,…

October is Energy Awareness Month! How energy aware are you?

At the request of the Citizens Utility Board, Governor Dayton has declared October Energy Awareness Month in Minnesota.  With this proclamation, Governor Dayton is emphasizing the importance energy plays in our lives and in the economy of Minnesota.  It’s a great time for all of us to think about how and when we use energy….

CUB seeks state legislative services for 2019 legislative session

CUB is seeking legislative services to help us protect consumers and advance cost-effective, clean energy at the Minnesota Legislature in 2019. We are accepting proposals from individuals or firms to monitor activities during the 2019 session and assist staff to advance CUB’s agenda at the legislature. Successful candidates will have experience and strong relationships at…

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