Minnesota’s Clean Energy Future series

How will Minnesota achieve a clean energy economy?

Make sense of the many approaches and pathways to achieving a clean energy economy in Minnesota. This series of three events beginning in June 2019 will dive deep into key issues facing our state, such as electrification, carbon pricing, nuclear power, energy storage, equity in energy transition, multi-sector carbon reduction, alternative fuels, and renewable and clean energy standards. Check out the full-length report, prepared for today’s event.

Our Mission

Create meaningful bipartisan and cross-sector forums, where statewide leaders can access cutting-edge information and ideas, build their networks, and explore pathways to a clean energy future.

Who’s Coming?

200+ influential energy leaders: statewide legislators and city officials, practitioners from around the world, corporate and nonprofit decision-makers, and the Institute’s robust network of researchers and academic experts.

A Distinctive Forum

As a land-grant research university, the University of Minnesota serves the state – and follows the facts. Neutral and nonpartisan, we are uniquely positioned to convene a critical mass of Minnesota’s energy leaders.

Series at a Glance

June 14, 2019:

Pathways to Minnesota’s Clean Energy Future: Case Studies from Global to Local

January 2020:

Statewide Carbon Pricing Forum

June 2020:

Pathways to a Clean Energy Future: Minnesota’s Choices

Event Series Sponsor

Interested in sponsoring this series or a single event? Find out more here.

Minnesota’s Clean Energy Future is organized by the University of Minnesota’s Institute on the Environment – home of the Energy Transition Lab and statewide Climate Smart Municipalities program – as part of its commitment to keeping Minnesota at the forefront of clean energy.