Plug Into New Ideas
Minnesota has some big decisions to make about the future of our energy systems. We don’t know exactly how they will change, but we know the status quo won’t last.
During the first Industrial Revolution of the late 18th and early 19th centuries, economic growth and societal progress faced a problem of relative scarcity—not of…
Desirable shifts in how we as a nation consume electricity can actually make LCOE numbers look worse, not better. This is particularly true when considering the influence of energy efficiency.
What better way to confront environmental problems than to get our future leaders to act? And the first step in taking action is education.
It’s not that far-fetched to imagine a day when large segments of customers choose to go mostly or even entirely off-grid with clean, quiet, distributed solar-plus-battery systems.