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Minnesota Demand-Side Management

The 2013-2015 Triennial Plan fulfills our compliance with Minnesota Statute §216B.241, subd. 2(a), which requires public utilities to file conservation improvement program plans by June 1 of the applicable year. 

In 2001, we received Department of Commerce approval to file a combined natural gas and electric conservation improvement plan; we continue this approach with the current filing. The variance to continue to file a combined plan was approved on May 13, 2009, under docket No. E,G002/CIP-09-198.

Additional Resources

MN DSM 2013-2015 Triennial Plan (PDF)
2016 CIP Status Report (PDF)
MN DSM CIP Extension Plan (PDF)
MN 2017-2019 CIP Triennial Plan (PDF)
Minnesota DSM Market Potential Assessment - Vol 1 (PDF)
Minnesota DSM Market Potential Assessment - Vol 2 (PDF)
Minnesota DSM Market Potential Assessment - Vol 3 (PDF)
Minnesota Department of Commerce E-dockets Search Engine (external link)

Contact

Jessica Peterson
Senior Regulatory Analyst
 
Aaron Tinjum
Senior Regulatory Analyst

Energy Saving Tip

Set your hot water heater to no higher than 120 degrees Fahrenheit. This isn't just energy smart—it's also safer, since it reduces the likelihood of accidental burns.

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Gas Meter Safety

Keep your natural gas meter dry and clear of snow and ice at all times to avoid the potential for dangerous indoor natural gas buildup.

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