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Minnesotans find Xcel’s dynamic pricing plan too aggressive, not worth energy savings

May 21, 2024

Star Tribune

Walker Orenstein

“The Minnesota Department of Commerce recommended Xcel have fewer hours at peak prices and a significantly smaller gap between rates. The Citizens Utility Board of Minnesota (CUB), a nonprofit ratepayer advocate organization, had similar suggestions. CUB and Commerce also asked for a more incremental roll out to better educate the public, as Xcel’s plan would switch all Minnesota residential customers in 2025 after a phased transition in Colorado, another Xcel region, caused some headaches.”

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Author: James Birr

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