ANNOUNCING: The Inaugural “Sustainable We” e-guide, on Energy

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image courtesy of fantasista at FreeDigitalPhotos.netThe first “Sustainable We” e-guide is focused on Energy. The inaugural issue extends our discussion from the Minneapolis forum we held in January 2016, “Where does the sun shine on renewable energy?”

If you don’t have time for information sessions and activism around energy, but care about your impact and want to take steps from home, this is your entry point.

  • Why should non-energy geeks care about this topic? Well… that’s a big part of this e-guide.
  • As is explaining the new Community Solar Garden (CSG) model, for those who are unaware, confused or undecided about neighborhood sales pitches for pending rollouts. (There are 25 CSGs a step closer to reality for Minneapolis residents!)
  • It even focuses in on one of the first CSG rollouts for 2016 in Minneapolis, with details about how job training and low-income access can be a central part of our progressive policies toward renewable energy. If you care about equity in our city, read this first Q&A with a local developer.

Find it here. Offer your own insights. Share via Facebook/Twitter. What else should we be learning about Energy? About being more “we” in our approach to consumption habits? About the impact of energy on other people’s lives? Use the Reply form below.

Part 2 will be designed — with more on energy efficiency action steps — based on your feedback. And, we’re collecting information from developers about their CSG models. Use Contact form above to get in touch.

Click for the free e-guide:

“Sustainable We” Energy Guide #1


THANK YOU TruNorth Solar for supporting MPLSGreen resources.

TruNorth Solar has 27 MW of upcoming Community Solar Projects in the Xcel Energy queue. It has been installing Minnesota solar energy since 2010.

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