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Xcel charging projects aim to boost EV benefits in Minn.

October 17, 2018 Energywire By Jeffrey Tomich In general, [Levenson-Falk] said CUB “wants to help make EVs as accessible as possible while ensuring that utility EV programs benefit everyone, whether or not they drive an electric car.” Find the rest of the article at Energywire. No related posts.

Reader’s View: Support renewable energy, not gas plant

October 15, 2018 Duluth News Tribune By Ann Galbraith Miller Minnesota Power’s “EnergyForward” plan is misleadingly named considering the utility’s push for a natural-gas plant in Superior. Administrative Law Judge Jeanne Cochran deemed the project would not be in the public interest after considering testimony from both proponents and opponents, yet Minnesota Power continues to…

Customers, clean energy groups unite against Minnesota natural gas plant

October 17, 2018 / US Energy News By Frank Jossi The northern Minnesota utility has an opportunity to convince regulators of its need at a meeting Thursday in Duluth. In an unusual convergence of opinion, clean energy groups and large industrial companies are asking Minnesota regulators to block a utility’s investment in a new combined-cycle…

Harness the sun, save money; Oakdale hosts ‘Solar Power Hour’ workshop

October 5, 2018 / Pioneer Press By Deanna Weniger Oakdale residents will get a chance to learn about solar options for their home or business and how to save money on their utility bills at an upcoming presentation at City Hall. The city is hosting a “Solar Power Hour” at 6:30 p.m. Oct. 10 led…

Reader’s View: Clean-energy future now, can’t include gas plants

September 20, 2018 / Duluth News Tribune By Linda Herron In a Sept. 12 story, Kenny Blumenfeld, a senior climatologist for the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources, responding to a question about the cause of climate change, said: “The main culprit is greenhouse gas.” (The story was published at duluthnewstribune.com under the headline, “Experts say Minnesota’s…