Destination Medical Center: Sustainable Energy Options
"Destination Medical Center: Sustainable Energy Options" was developed by CEE to provide the DMC Corporation (DMCC) Board with options for how this considerable development can meet climate and energy goals outlined in the DMC Sustainability Framework.
Energy Efficiency Policy Exchange
Local and national energy experts discussed early thoughts on the direction of Minnesota's implementation plan.
The Changing Electric System and Clean Energy's Opportunity
CEE's Manager of strategic relations Joe Sullivan discusses the macro-level forces shaping the renewable energy environment at MnSEIA's 2015 conference.
Combustion Safety Simplified Test Protocol Field Study
This project developed and evaluated a simplified combustion safety test procedure that could quickly identify the potential for water heaters, furnaces, and boilers to have significant spillage issues during normal operation.
Innovations in Multifamily Building Energy Savings
This webinar discussed new multifamily auditing techniques, their scalability, what makes the energy savings cost-effective, where the programs can be most successful, and what non-energy benefits result from this work.
Data & Reference
2015 Annual Update
This report outlines some of the innovative work CEE was doing in 2015 to meet our goal of reducing greenhouse gas emissions and securing a healthy, low-carbon economy for future generations.
Minneapolis Clean Energy Partnership
This webinar covered how this innovative city-utility partnership is delivering flexibility and progress in Minneapolis. This webinar was the first in a two-part series. Look for part II in Fall, 2016.
Clean Energy Plan Stakeholder Workshop
This CEE-hosted event provided a technical overview of the resource modeling behind Minnesota’s first-ever alternative resource plan.
Multifamily Building Ventilation Tool- TrueFlow Capture Box
CEE researchers have come up with a new tool, the TrueFlow Capture Box, to help our research and, in the long run, to help multifamily building owners and managers operate more efficiently.
Aerosol Sealing for Multifamily Application
This aerosol sealant method is currently being studied by CEE to see if it is a cost-effective way to reduce envelope air leakage in Minnesota multifamily buildings.