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Learning from Public Health about Behavior Change

CEE intern Emmy Waldhart is a graduate student in the Environmental Health program at the University of Minnesota School of Public Health. Her focus is on policy and risk assessment and she’s interested in the relationship between energy and public health. Prior t...

Kick off the frosty new year with a Home Energy Squad visit

Working as an energy counselor at CEE is extremely rewarding. I help homeowners to get informed, save money, and reduce energy waste in their homes. At each home visit, our two-person team runs tests and diagnostics, installs energy-saving products, and makes recommendations ...

MN PUC Commissioner Nancy Lange: CEE broadened my understanding of efficiency

Over the years, CEE has benefitted from working with amazing people — multitalented, experienced professionals who are instrumental in helping us bring energy efficiency solutions to Minnesotans and advance the field through research. Our employees are our greatest assets; th...

in other words: EISA Lighting Standards

in other words is a regular feature of i.e. Every couple of weeks, we take a closer look at current events and trends in energy, ground them in relevant data and context, and offer our insight about their potential impacts and implications. We look forward to your inp...

Electrical contractors benefit from MN’s Conservation Improvement Program

(A version of this post to Minnesota's electrical workers originally appeared in the Minnesota Electrical Association’s January 2016 newsletter.) In 2015 an unanticipated threat emerged during the legislative session. The Minnesota House passed legislation that, if signe...

Staff Spotlight: Mark Hancock

Name: Mark Hancock, Director of Engineering Services  Time at CEE: 26 years Hometown: Golden Valley     Favorite school subject: Science Why CEE?: Our remarkable staff are committed to making a positive difference.   In Mark's words: Engineers at CEE take...

Market and Performance Characterization of Commercial Rooftop Units

Objective Packaged roof-top units (RTUs) are ubiquitous on commercial buildings throughout the United States because of their low capital cost, reliability, and well-developed service and distribution network. There is anecdotal evidence, however, that these systems tend ...

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