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CEP Q2 Meeting June 17


Minneapolis Central Library, Doty Board Room
300 Nicollet Mall, Minneapolis, MN 55401

Meeting Materials

CEP Q1 2019 Board Meeting Minutes
CEP Q2 2019 Board Meeting Agenda

CEP Q2 2019 Work Plan Progress Report
CEP Q2 2019 Board Meeting Presentation
Inclusive Financing Board Motion
EVAC Recommendations on Xcel Energy’s Time of Use Pilot
Draft Inclusive Financing Timeline


EVAC Q1 Meeting – January 23rd

Time & Location

4:00 – 6:30 p.m.
Minneapolis City Hall Room 319
350 S 5th St, Minneapolis, MN 55415

Meeting Materials

EVAC Q1 2019 Meeting Agenda
Energy Disclosure Policies Summary
EVAC Q1 2019 Meeting Presentations
Greenhouse Gas Emissions Update
Energy Vision Advisory Committee Charter
2019 Plan for Franchise Fee Increase-Enabled Programming
EVAC Q4 2018 Meeting Notes

Clean Energy Partnership Accepting Applications for 2019-2020 Energy Vision Advisory Committee (EVAC)

The Clean Energy Partnership is now accepting applications from the public to serve on the 2019-2020 Energy Vision Advisory Committee (EVAC). This committee plays a critical role in shaping the partnership’s work plan to help Minneapolis achieve clean energy goals, including reducing greenhouse gases, increasing energy efficiency and renewable energy, and making energy more affordable and reliable for everyone. EVAC members provide feedback on the partnership’s work plan and performance reports, and provide expertise or represent their Minneapolis communities.

A diverse committee is being sought that includes members from critical communities within the city. All applicants must either live or work in Minneapolis.  Viewpoints that could be reflected by committee members include:

·         Housing Affordability Affordability advocacy.

·         Business interests – small and large.

·         Clean energy.

·         Community organizations.

·         Economic development.

·         Energy efficiency.

·         Energy systems.

·         Environmental justice .

·         Green buildings.

·         Labor and industry.

·         Property management.

·         Renewable energy.

·         Rental housing.

·         Public buildings.

·         Students and academia.

The Clean Energy Partnership is a first-of-its-kind City-utility collaboration that includes the City of Minneapolis, Xcel Energy and CenterPoint Energy. The partnership is led by a joint City/utility board that reviews and approves work plans focused on helping the City achieve its energy goals. The board collects community feedback through the Energy Vision Advisory Committee to aid in its decision-making.

Please return completed applications by 10/31 at 4:00 PM to or mail to Minneapolis Sustainability, Room M 301, 350 S. 5th St, Minneapolis, MN 55415-1382

2019-2020 EVAC Application