skip to content
Primary navigation
Feature image for

Industries & Agencies

Search CARDS

Information on and for businesses to include licensing, registration, policies, program materials and more.

Feature image for Financial Institutions

Financial Institutions

The Minnesota Department of Commerce licenses, monitors, and regulates the state's financial services industries. Find forms, applications, and other information about those industries here.

Feature image for Insurance

Insurance

Information for insurance companies on licensing, filing, and other needs.

Feature image for Energy

Energy

The Department of Commerce provides information related to various energy technologies, provides objective energy analysis, advocates for the public interest, and conducts environmental review of large energy projects.

duluth harbor

Fuel

We enforce consumer protections in the gasoline industry and make sure consumers are getting what they pay for. We also monitor petroleum quality by checking all motor and heating fuels and check gas pumps for accuracy.

street with stores and cars

Grocer's Manual

This manual will help grocers and consumers understand how items should be weighed and packaged correctly.

Grocer's Manual (.pdf)

train pulling fuel tank

Scales & Meters

We inspect commercial scales and meters to ensure consumers get what they pay for. This collection of information is for operators of commercial scales, including grocers and precious metal dealers.

Feature image for Securities

Securities

The Securities Unit protects consumers and investors and ensures that the expansion of Minnesota’s economy occurs in a prudent and responsible fashion by overseeing and enforcing the Minnesota Securities Laws.

telephone on a desk

Telecom Provider

Find certification information, filing instructions, and a tariff filing checklist.

Feature image for Request for Proposals

Request for Proposals

A Request for Proposals (RFP) is a formal invitation to potential contractors to submit a proposal that responds to the need identified in the RFP.

back to top