Stories that showcase energy savings and job creation related to efficiency projects.
The First Unitarian Society of Minneapolis has become a model of energy efficiency and energy cost savings among the faith community in Minnesota. In just two years, through some basic energy improvements and maintenance, it has achieved substantial energy savings—enough to pay for the cost of improvements in the first year alone and to save thousands of dollars on utility bills in subsequent years. Read the full story here.
Project Re-Energize is Model Program
A $3 million energy-efficiency rebate program created a win-win situation: It saved homeowners energy and money and generated jobs for the residential construction industry.
Energy Saver Program Improves Wright Residence
The Energy Saver Rebate Program combined with Minnesota Housing’s Fix-Up Fund Loan Program allowed more than 1,400 homeowners to make $16 million in energy-efficient home improvements.