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MN Energy Efficiency Potential Studies Seek Advisory Committee Members

Project teams hope to engage a broad range of stakeholders in providing feedback and helping to guide the projects, and will be forming an Advisory Committee for each of the studies.  

Media: The top 5 states for utility grid modernization and business model reform (Utility Dive)

Minnesota's e21 initiative, co-led by CEE and Great Plains Institute is featured in Utility Dive.

Media: Cool Offices: CEE gets more elbow room with North Loop office (Business Journal)

Minneapolis/St.Paul Business Journal highligts CEE's remodeled and expanded office spaces. 

Media: Does your work desk use as much energy as a refrigerator? (MPR)

CEE's research on office plug loads is featured in an MPR story.

Media: Report details potential for energy savings in large buildings (Southwest Journal)

CEE is a key partner to the City of Minneapolis, providing technical and outreach expertise for the energy benchmarking ordinance adopted in 2013. 

CEE to Help Identify MN Potential for Energy Efficiency On Demand and Supply Sides

Study will gain deeper understanding of energy efficiency potential to inform utility programs.

Media: Christmas rain, 60s in Feb. St. Paul wants a solution (Pioneer Press)

With CEE's support, the City of St. Paul is developing a Climate Action Plan and asking for community input.

The Many Benefits of the One-Stop Efficiency Shop

The One-Stop Efficiency Shop, program staff can help you make sure your customer gets the most suitable, efficient lighting system for their space.

Media: St. Paul launches Climate Action Plan effort (Star Tribune)

With CEE's support, the City of St. Paul is developing a Climate Action Plan and asking for community input.

Media: Lighting Maintenance Companies Find Their Way in the Digital Age (WestCoast Lighting Insider)

Erik Ennen shares thoughts on the unique position that lighting maintenance companies find themselves in the modern age of lighting.