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Some are calling it a “wow” moment. More than a quarter of all electricity in the United States was powered by renewable energy in April.
The Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) has several goals, one of which is to curb climate change. So, how can the bill help people become energy efficient and save money? Good Question.
President Andy Kim of Eden Prairie solar engineering firm EVS is riding the renewable energy wave. EVS, which does much of its business in huge, sunny Texas, has grown from 50 to 120 workers since 2019.
According to a new fact sheet released by Clean Energy Economy Minnesota (CEEM) and the Business Council for Sustainable Energy (BCSE), renewables and zero carbon energy sources led the pack for electricity generation in the northern state last year.
In 2021, Minnesota energy imports fell to their lowest levels in over two decades — to just 10%. At a time of great market turbulence, this news, among other key clean energy trends, is a light at the end of the tunnel. These key trends are outlined in the 2022 Minnesota Energy Factsheet, a new report released by Clean Energy Economy MN and the Business Council for Sustainable Energy.
The 2022 Minnesota Energy Factsheet, which tracks clean energy trends in the state through year end 2021, was released today by Clean Energy Economy Minnesota (CEEM) and the Business Council for Sustainable Energy (BCSE). Despite challenges, clean energy industries lead the energy transition in Minnesota, according to the findings.
Clean Energy Economy Minnesota (CEEM) and the Business Council for Sustainable Energy (BCSE) have released the 2022 Minnesota Energy Factsheet, which tracks clean energy trends in the state through year end 2021 and finds that clean energy industries continue to lead the energy transition in the state in 2021, despite major obstacles.
The 2022 Minnesota Energy Fact Sheet says at nearly 30%, renewables such as wind and solar power are the leading source of the state’s generated electricity — that’s the second year in a row that’s happened. And combined with nuclear energy, 52% of Minnesota’s power source is carbon free.
Government agencies are tasked with setting policies to reduce the impacts of climate change. But a new Minnesota venture aims to get more of the private sector involved, to bring locally developed “green” technology to the public.
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