- The study was led by the Center for Energy and Environment (CEE) and funded by a grant from the Minnesota Department of Commerce’s Conservation Applied Research and Development (CARD) program.
- The study outlines how utilities can continue their success with both existing and new energy-saving measures that benefit Minnesota households and businesses.
- It estimates that by 2029 utility conservation programs could decrease demand for electricity by 14% and by 11% for natural gas.
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