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Federal Judge Strikes Down Minnesota Energy Law

A federal judge, in a ruling issued today, struck down a portion of Minnesota’s Next Generation Energy Act (NGEA) because it violates the Commerce Clause of the U.S. Constitution by attempting to regulate the generation of...more

4/21/2014  /  Commerce Clause , Energy Sector

Dan Lipschultz Appointed to Minnesota Public Utilities Commission

On January 7, Minnesota Governor Dayton announced the appointment of Dan Lipschultz to a six year term to the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission. The Commission oversees a huge sector of the state economy, including the...more

Agency Deference Wins Again

Over eleven months after oral argument, the Minnesota Supreme Court issued its opinion in In the Matter of the Application of Minnesota Power for Authority to Increase Rates for Electric Service in Minnesota this Wednesday....more

9/23/2013

Miles To Go Before They Sleep

With the 2013 Minnesota legislative session moving into the home stretch, virtually all of the “heavy lifting” of the session remains. While the calendar indicates the session is two-thirds complete, the numbers tell a...more

Energy Bills Advancing Over Strong Opposition

“Omnibus Energy Bills” (HF956/SF901) that could dramatically reshape Minnesota’s energy future continue to move through the legislative process despite a lack of consensus among key stakeholders. While many observers...more

Clean Energy Advocate Named to PUC Seat

Earlier today, Governor Dayton announced the appointment of Nancy Lange to the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission. Nancy Lange will replace Phyllis Reha, whose term expired in early January. Ms. Lange will begin her...more

Energy in the Spotlight

Governor Dayton’s state of the State address this Wednesday evening contained a few surprises, not least of which was his focus on climate change and renewable energy. With the change in the legislature to DFL control, most...more

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