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CEE's Erik Ennen appointed to NALMCO board of directors

CEE's Erik Ennen has been appointed to the board of directors of NALMCO, the International Association of Lighting Management Companies.

Media: Home Energy Squad helps maximize energy efficiency in every season (Messenger)

The many benefits of Home Energy Squad Enhanced are discussed in a Minneapolis neighborhood news article.

Media: The suburbs are leading the charge on energy efficiency (StarTribune)

Xcel Energy's Partners in Energy Program, of which CEE is an implementer of, is mentioned in a Star Tribune article. 

Xcel Energy's Partners in Energy wins Inspiring Efficiency Award

CEE is the Minnesota program implementer of Xcel Energy's Partners in Energy.

Media: States to keep utility model under a microscope in 2017

POLITICO article references Minnesota's e21 initiative, co-led by CEE and Great Plains Institute.

Media: Sustainable: Reducing the energy waste of 'plugload' (Finance & Commerce)

Finance & Commerce looks at the success of the commercial plug load study CEE worked on with Seventhwave and LHB.

CEE Statement on MN PUC appointments of Nancy Lange and Katie Sieben

CEE celebrates the appointments of Nancy Lange to Chair of the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission, and of Katie Sieben to become the PUC's fifth commissioner.

CEE Staffer Receives Distinguished Service Award

Erik Ennen recieves distinguished service award for dedicating time to developing new lighting certification.

Minnesota’s e21 Initiative releases report on framework for a 21st century electric system

The Great Plains Institute (GPI) and the Center for Energy and Environment (CEE) released a new report today detailing additional steps for Minnesota to protect the public interest by taking full advantage of a cleaner and more customer-centric utility regulatory framework.  

Media: Intern Finds Program Opportunities (MnTAP Solutions)

CEE's former MnTAP intern Tiger Rost who worked with the Energy Intelligence program summarizes his findings and what he learned.