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Field Assessment of Ducted and Ductless Cold Climate Air Source Heat Pumps

Field Assessment of Ducted and Ductless Cold Climate Air Source Heat Pumps Abstract Air source heat pumps (ASHPs) have become one of the most exciting options for energy and environmental advocates. With large fractions of the country relying on delivered fuels (propane,...

e21 Initiative: Phase I Report

The e21 Initiative aims to develop a more customer-centric and sustainable framework for utility regulation in Minnesota that better aligns how utilities earn revenue with public policy goals, new customer expectations, and the changing technology landscape. The initiative bri...

2016 Energy Benchmarking Report

By harnessing whole-building efficiency information, Minneapolis Energy Benchmarking is accelerating energy and water efficiency improvements in the city’s largest buildings.  2016 Energy Benchmarking Report By harnessing whole-building efficiency information, Minneapolis ...

It's not rocket science...Or is it?

Of course intelligence comes in many forms and no single field holds the market. Still, there is a certain positive association between rocket science and smarts — and as a research-driven organization, we took the opportunity to explore that association a bit, with a couple ...

Quantifying Energy Savings from Heat Pump Water Heaters in Cold Climate Homes

Quantifying Energy Savings from Heat Pump Water Heaters in Cold Climate Homes Heat pump water heaters (HPWHs) are some of the most efficient water heaters on the market, with a potential to save more than 50% of electric water heating energy. While they have been gaining sign...

Field Notes Fall 2020

This month we report on: Pay for Performance | Bolier Control Tune-Ups | Single-Family and Multifamily Air Source Heat Pumps This post complements our Field Notes newsletter, which features quarterly updates on CEE's research projects.  Sign up for Field Notes  t...

Heat Pump Water Heaters: Technical Q&A

Earlier this month, Senior Research Engineer Ben Schoenbauer hosted a webinar to share findings from his recent heat pump water heater research . A number of viewers submitted technical questions about the project. Read on for Ben’s answers; and if you missed the live broa...

CEE's Statement on Xcel Energy’s Announcement to Accelerate Retirement of Sherco 1 and 2

We at the Center for Energy and Environment applaud Xcel Energy’s announcement to accelerate plans for retiring Sherco 1 and 2.

News Release: Minneapolis makes building energy use more transparent

A new report benchmarking energy use in City of Minneapolis' buildings finds large potential for energy savings.

Looking Back: Top blog posts of 2018

CEE's past year was filled with innovative research and successful programming, led by seasoned pros as well as important new colleagues. To close out 2018, we're highlighting our top five most viewed blogs this year:  5. Super Bowl LII: Minnesota’s unstoppable energy effic...

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