Upcoming Quarter 3 2016 EVAC and Board meetings

The next Energy Vision Advisory Committee (EVAC) meeting will take place on Monday, August 29, 2016, from 5 pm to 7 pm at Minneapolis City Hall (350 South 5th Street), Room 319.

The agenda and meeting materials will be posted here.

The next meeting of the Minneapolis Clean Energy Partnership Board will take place on Friday, September 16, 2016, from 1 pm to 3 pm at the Minneapolis Central Library (300 Nicollet Mall), Doty Board Room.

The agenda and meeting materials will be posted here.

Clean Energy Partnership Board will consider first two-year work plan on Friday, May 29th

At their meeting on Friday, May 29th, the Clean Energy Partnership Board will consider for adoption a work plan for 2015-2016. This document will guide the work of the Partnership over the next 18 months. The work plan was developed by the Planning Team by working with the Energy Vision Advisory Committee over the course of two meetings to collect their feedback on the list of Potential Work Plan Items adopted by the Board at their first meeting.

The meeting will be held at the Minneapolis Central Library in the Doty Board Room from 9 am to 11 am. Meeting materials are posted here.

Clean Energy Partnership Board set to begin work

The Clean Energy Partnership Board will hold its first meeting on February 4th from 2 -4 pm, in the board room at the McKnight Foundation. Follow this link for meeting materials and more information on the location.

The board members are Mayor Betsy Hodges, City Council Member Elizabeth Glidden, City Council Member Kevin Reich and City Coordinator Spencer Cronk for the City of Minneapolis; Laura McCarten, regional vice president, and Lee Gabler, director of Demand-side Management and Renewable Operations for Xcel Energy; and Joe Vortherms, vice president of Gas Operations, and Jeff Daugherty, director of Regulatory Affairs, for CenterPoint Energy. City Council Member Cam Gordon is an alternate for the City of Minneapolis.

At this first quarterly meeting, along with setting its schedule and adopting bylaws, the board will establish an Energy Vision Advisory Committee (EVAC). The board will begin accepting applications from the public for the committee in the weeks following this first board meeting. The Energy Vision Advisory Committee will provide feedback on the board’s work plan and performance reports, and help communicate with and gather feedback from critical Minneapolis communities.  The application for EVAC will be posted on this website when it is available.