Minnesota Healthy Homes Program: Improving your home’s health through Energy Efficiency

Published February 19, 2020 Your home’s indoor environment and air quality can have a big impact on your health. Indoor pollutants like radon, mold, and chemicals from a variety of sources can result in unhealthy levels of pollutant sources if ventilation and moisture are not carefully managed. By adopting energy efficiency measures, you not only…

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Public workshops to address systemic inequities in energy efficiency

Published February 11, 2020, It’s been a few months since our last update on the Energy Efficiency Peer Learning Cohort. CUB has been partnering with Twin Cities neighborhood-based groups and other organizations to improve energy efficiency opportunities for black, indigenous, people of color (BIPOC), renters, and low-income communities. We have been very busy this winter…

CUB seeks to equalize conservation opportunities for rural Minnesotans at state legislature

Published February 10, 2020 For decades, Minnesota utilities have been required by law to help their customers save energy through the Conservation Improvement Program. Utilities offer rebates on efficient appliances, discounted home energy audits, and more to help people and businesses lower their energy bills. Consumers’ conservation, in turn, saves money for everyone.  It reduces…

Top 5 winter savings recommendations

Published February 5, 2020 Winter isn’t leaving Minnesota any time soon, and now that most people have paid several months of winter energy bills, does your wallet feel lighter? If so, consider these top 5 savings recommendations to keep your home more comfortable and save on your next energy bill. Adjust your thermostat-the Department of…

CUB working toward Senate bill to advance clean energy, protect consumers

Published January 16, 2020 Yesterday, the Minnesota Senate energy committee met in Rochester to discuss a new draft of the Clean Energy First bill, carried by Senator David Senjem. As the name suggests, the bill would require utilities to use clean sources of electricity unless they demonstrate that to do so would increase costs of…

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