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Could Minnesota suffer a Texas-size energy grid failure?

February18, 2021 Sahan Journal Andrew Hazzard The massive power outages in Texas from extreme cold are unlikely to occur in Minnesota, but parts of the state have been hit by rolling blackouts due to high demand on energy grids.  Controlled blackouts hit Moorhead this week, leaving residents without power for bouts lasting about 30 minutes,…

Group pushes for more solar and storage in Minnesota resource plan

February 18, 2021 PV Magazine William Driscoll Minnesota’s Xcel Energy could save consumers money by accelerating its plans to build 3.5 GW of utility-scale PV, and allowing for 2.6 GW of distributed solar and 1.3 GW of distributed storage, according to a resource plan developed by Vibrant Clean Energy (VCE) and filed with state regulators…

State regulators fine Xcel Energy $1M over dispute with solar developers

January 21, 2021 Star Tribune Mike Hughlett All Energy Solar filed complaints over delays connecting smaller projects to the electricity grid. Minnesota utility regulators Thursday slapped Xcel Energy with a rare $1 million fine for a bevy of complaints over delays in connecting solar projects to the electricity grid. Almost all of the roughly 120…

Empowering Minnesota’s energy consumers

December 10, 2020 Clean Energy Resource Teams Marie Donahue In November of 2020, Carmen Carruthers, Outreach Director at the Citizens Utility Board of Minnesota (CUB), sat down virtually for a conversation with Marie Donahue, Sustainability Storyteller with Clean Energy Resource Teams (CERTs). Carruthers shares how CUB uses advocacy and outreach to advance affordable and reliable utility service…

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