Fritz Ebinger is the Clean Energy Resource Teams (CERTs) Rural Energy Development Program Manager for the University of Minnesota’s Regional Sustainable Development Partnerships and Extension. In this role, he works on energy efficiency and renewable energy initiatives with agricultural producers and rural businesses to reduce farm and business production costs and advance utility conservation planning. Fritz is a graduate of St. John’s University and served in the Peace Corps as an Agroforestry Volunteer in Panama. He then attended Drake Law School as a Public Service Scholar where he focused on agricultural, environmental, and natural resources law and wrote for the Drake Agricultural Law Journal. Following graduation and passing the bar, Fritz served as a law clerk in Minnesota’s Third Judicial District before starting his clean energy career in wind and rural energy matters. Se habla Español.
CERTs Rural Energy Development Program Manager
UMN Extension RSDP