A $250 million solar power project that’s expected to become the largest of its kind in Minnesota received approval Thursday from state regulators.
A change in state law has led to a major change in the way Minnesota rewards people who put solar panels on their homes. Instead of giving a rebate when you install, you get money for producing power.
A Minnesota farm is helping people power their homes and businesses with solar energy without having to put panels on their roof. Eichten’s Cheese Farm in Chisago County is about to become one of Minnesota’s biggest community solar gardens.
Colorado’s Public Utilities Commission will be hearing from the public on Xcel Energy’s plans for ensuring solar and other renewable sources remain part of the state’s power mix. A key issue at Monday’s public comment session is expected to be an Xcel proposal for what it calls more transparency.
For those of us who face high winter heating and electric bills it seems impossible to live in a home that won’t have them. And that’s a very real possibility for the owners of the newest Habitat for Humanity home in north Minneapolis.
The latest in eco-friendly technology will be on display at The Living Green Expo, which opens this weekend on the Minnesota State Fairgrounds.
St. Paul lawmakers unveiled an array of solar panels Monday that will help the RiverCentre’s parking ramp go greener when combined with its new, energy-efficient lights and electric car charging stations.
Edison High School in Minneapolis is going green.
The installation of a large collection of solar panels atop the St. Paul RiverCentre is complete.