In 2007, Minnesota set a goal of reducing the state’s carbon emissions by 80% by 2050. Since then, electric utilities have been making significant progress, but not enough to meet the state’s interim carbon-reduction goals.
What does this shifting energy infrastructure mean for rural Minnesota?
On Thursday, January 20, research associate, Whitney Oachs, provides an overview of her new report on the changing energy infrastructure in rural Minnesota. Along with our researchers, you will hear from panelists directly involved in the rural energy business.
- Jennifer Cady, Manager of Regulatory Strategy & Policy at Minnesota Power
- Syd Briggs, General Manager of Steele Waseca Cooperative Electric
The conversation is moderated by Christina Palladino from Park Street Public.