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PUC order keeps Minnesota ahead of the curve on performance-based rates

January 11, 2019 / Utility Dive By Peter Maloney Dive Brief: The Minnesota Public Utilities Commission (PUC) on Tuesday issued an order that keeps the state in the forefront of the movement away from traditional cost-of-service rate making and toward performance-based rates. The PUC’s order, the culmination of a process that began in September 2017, establishes the…

Want to save on your utility bill? This Minn. nonprofit has some tips

November 14, 2018 / MPR News By Elizabeth Dunbar This week alone, the Citizens Utility Board of Minnesota will help utility customers in a variety of settings: at Target headquarters, at the Minnesota Farmers Union convention and at Bruce Vento Elementary School in St. Paul during parent-teacher conferences. “We really try to go where people…

University changes course on energy efficiency program

November 8, 2018 / Minnesota Daily By Emma Dill Following public criticism, the University of Minnesota will stay in the Conservation Improvement Program. Amid public criticism from environmental groups and the City of Minneapolis, the University of Minnesota will remain in a statewide energy efficiency program. On Wednesday, the University withdrew a petition that would…

Minn. regulators OK $700M natural gas plant

October 30, 2018 / E&E News By Jeffrey Tomich “Minnesota Power customers will likely face more than $350 million in new costs for an investment that the utility could not prove it needs,” said Annie Levenson-Falk, the Citizens Utility Board of Minnesota’s executive director. No related posts.

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