Save & Benefit Success Stories
Faith Communities Spread the Good News of Energy Efficiency
Minnesota Power, the City of Duluth's ComfortSystems, and Ecolibirium3's collaborative Congregational Pilot project engages members of faith communities to improve energy efficiency.
11th Annual Energy Awareness Expo
The 11th annual Energy Awareness Expo at the Salvation Army delivers energy-saving tips, kits, a hot meal, and goodwill.
10th Annual Energy Awareness Expo
The 10th annual Energy Awareness Expo at the Salvation Army was another success with more than 1,500 attendees.
9th Annual Energy Awareness Expo
One sure sign that winter is near is the annual Energy Awareness Expo at the Salvation Army in Duluth.
8th Annual Energy Awareness Expo
Northeast Minnesota’s long winter heating season is a stressful time for many families and individuals on low or fixed incomes, but those who attended the 8th Annual Energy Awareness Expo in Duluth are better prepared to face it.
Ending Homelessness Initiative
Minnesota Power partnered with Heading Home St. Louis County, area faith communities, the United Ways of Greater Duluth and Northeastern Minnesota, and local retailers to raise money for programs that fight homelessness in the Northland by encouraging energy efficiency.
Homecroft and Lowell schools make energy improvements
Duluth Public Schools received $52,966 in rebates from Minnesota Power for savings from energy improvements to Homecroft and Lowell Schools.
Crosby-Ironton Schools work with SEE
Since July 2008, Crosby-Ironton School District (ISD #182) has made dramatic cuts in its energy usage and monthly utility bills simply by changing behaviors.
Save Energy. Share Warmth. "Great Refrigerator/Freezer Roundup"
Through a community partnership between Minnesota Power, the Salvation Army, and St. Louis County, thousands of dollars have been donated to provide heating assistance for low income households in the Northland.