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Report shows Minnesota is leading the way in clean energy transition

Many wind turbines stand in a cornfield
Wind turbines spin above cornfields at the Bent Tree Wind Farm near Hartland.
Ben Hovland | MPR News

Renewable energy sources provided 33 percent of Minnesota’s electricity last year, which is 10 percent higher than the national average according to a new report.

So, what’s next for Minnesota’s clean energy transition?

Amelia Cerling Hennes, managing director of public affairs for Clean Energy Economy MN, shared more about the state’s clean energy progress.

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