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Recent Energy Reports

Reports on this page are from within the past year (based on publish date). The reports will automatically drop off after one year. After that, the only way to access the reports is via the document search tool. Any report that is a year or more old is only available in the document search tool. If there are no listings on this page then it means there are no recent reports at this time.

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  • The Minnesota Utility Data Book (2009)
    May 10, 2013 - The 2009 Minnesota Utility Data Book provides aggregate information reported by Minnesota utilities through 2009. It also provides data reported by individual companies for the year 2009.
  • SEP ARRA Final Report - Minnesota
    April 30, 2013 - For the past three years, the Minnesota Department of Commerce (Commerce) has developed and delivered energy programs based on Chapter 138 of the 2009 Minnesota State Laws. Commerce received $54,172,000 in State Energy Program formula ARRA funds. These funds were appropriated across eight market titles and supported over 120 grants and contracts.
  • EECBG ARRA: Final Report
    April 30, 2013 - On February 17, 2009 President Obama signed into law the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA). In May 2009, the Minnesota Legislature passed, and Governor Pawlenty signed, S.F. 657 legislation that designated Minnesota’s share of the ARRA energy dollars into specific programs.
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