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MnDOT to hold virtual workshop on electric vehicle corridors and fast-charging

On Monday, May 23 from 1:00-2:30 pm, the Minnesota Department of Transportation (MnDOT) is holding a virtual workshop focusing on the National Electric Vehicle Infrastructure (NEVI) plan, which is a component of the federal Infrastructure... Read more

Minnesota's Energy Assistance Program Helps Homeowners Struggling to Pay Utility Bills

The Minnesota Public Utilities Commission and the Minnesota Department of Commerce recently issued a press release urging income-eligible Minnesotans to apply for Minnesota’s Energy Assistance Program before Cold Weather Rule protections end... Read more

Grid Security Exercises Prove Communication is Key

The power of communication and coordination was clear in NERC’s biennial security exercise, GridEx VI, which was held November 16-18, 2021. Two different exercises were held: The Executive Tabletop for senior government leaders and industry... Read more

MMUA Holds 2022 Generation School

MMUA held its 2022 Generation School from April 19-21 in Hutchinson, Delano, and Glencoe. Personnel from sixteen member utilities participated, as well as attendees from SMPPA and three nonmember utilities. Day one at the Hutchinson Event... Read more

MN Energy Assistance Crisis Funds Increase

On March 23, the Minnesota Department of Commerce, Energy Assistance Program (EAP) announced an increase in the maximum Crisis benefit from $1,200 to $3,000. These funds are to further assist EAP households struggling to pay increasing energy... Read more

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