The Minnesota Department of Commerce is hosting the “Improve Your Home” energy exhibit at the State Fair’s Eco Experience on the north end of the fairgrounds. The exhibit features a range of resources to help fairgoers improve the energy-related operation of their homes. Read more.
The Made in Minnesota Solar Incentive Program is a 10-year, $15 million a year program that runs from 2014-2023. It will provide incentives for solar electric systems and rebates for solar thermal systems. Learn more about the incentive and rebate amounts and how to apply for this program.
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Made in Minnesota Solar Incentive Program - a 10-year, $15 million a year program that runs from 2014-2023. It will provide incentives for solar electric systems and rebates for solar thermal systems.
The Made in Minnesota PV Module Certification Application (.pdf) is now available for manufacturers seeking to have their modules eligible under the new program.
The Guaranteed Energy Savings Program (GESP) provides technical and financial assistance to state agencies, local government units, school districts, and institutions of higher learning. Learn more.
We have compiled a set of FAQs on the topics of clean energy, energy conservation, efficiency improvements, financial assistance, and energy careers. Visit this section to view all of the questions and answers.