Clean energy provides affordable, reliable energy that benefits all Minnesotans. Policies at the state level can play a big role in shaping our clean energy transition. Know how ‘the candidates running to represent you feel about this topic before you cast your ballot this November.
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CEEM works with clean energy businesses across Minnesota to bring their unique voice to our policymakers at the Minnesota Capitol. We also work to tell the stories of clean energy businesses, workers and projects and help the public understand the benefits of a clean energy economy.
Clean Energy FAQs
There are a lot of questions about Minnesota’s transition to a clean energy future. Here we answer some of the most commonly asked questions to help debunk fact from fiction.Learn more
Our policy work
We work between the aisle with policymakers to advance energy efficiency and clean energy innovation that diversifies and strengthens Minnesota’s economy.Learn more
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The Minnesota Energy Factsheet is a companion to the 2022 Sustainable Energy in America Factbook, compiled by research firm BloombergNEF for the Business Council for Sustainable Energy (BCSE).
In 2020, more than 55,300 Minnesotans worked in energy efficiency and clean energy, making the industry a major and promising part of the state’s economy. Despite the promising rebound in the second half of the year, at one point, more than 11,500 Minnesota clean energy workers had filed for unemployment. Even with setbacks, clean energy jobs rebounded quicker than the overall Minnesota workforce, according to the analysis.
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To help its students tap into Minnesota’s fast-growing clean energy workforce, White Earth Tribal & Community College (WETCC), in partnership with the Rural Renewable Energy Alliance (RREAL) launched a solar training…
80% of Minnesota voters support an “all of the above” energy strategy focused on lowering dependence on fossil fuels