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Learn about solar energy at St. Luke Presbyterian

April 22, 2019 / SW News Media By Meghan Davy Sandvold Learn about rooftop solar for homeowners at a solar garden party from 4 to 6 p.m. Sunday, April 28, at St. Luke Presbyterian Church in Minnetonka. Experts will explore energy efficiency, community solar gardens as an option that doesn’t require panel installation, and ways to…

In Response: Embrace clean energy, enjoy lower utility bills

April 11, 2019 / Duluth News Tribune By Annie Levenson-Falk A couple of opinion pieces published in the News Tribune in recent weeks incorrectly called into question the reliability and affordability of clean energy in Minnesota. A “Statewide View” column headlined, “Minnesotans ought to be concerned by state’s sweeping energy transformation,” was published March 26;…

Reader’s View: Carbon pricing the energy answer

April 9, 2019 / Duluth News Tribune By Katya Gordon I appreciated the concern expressed in the March 29 letter about transforming to renewable energy (Reader’s View: “100 percent renewables not possible”). The letter decried a my-way-or-the-highway approach to energy, and I completely agreed. All decisions must be made with shared values and in civil…

Chamber announces this year’s luncheon speaker

March 14, 2019 / Albert Lea Tribune Albert Lea-Freeborn County Chamber of Commerce has announced the speaker for its annual agriculture lunch and Farm Family of the Year recognition. The event is scheduled for noon March 19 in the  Fairlane Building at the Freeborn County Fairgrounds. Following the presentation of the Farm Family of the Year…

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…

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.

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