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Minnesota Demand-Side Management

The 2017-2019 CIP 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)
2017 CIP Status Report (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)


Jessica Peterson
Senior Regulatory Analyst
Aaron Tinjum
Senior Regulatory Analyst

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