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Southcentral Minn. Clean Energy Council seeking feedback from area residents

The energy council says clean and renewable energy can diversify local economies by creating...
The energy council says clean and renewable energy can diversify local economies by creating high-paying jobs, lessening reliance on outside energy sources and limiting greenhouse gases.(KEYC News Now)
Updated: Jun. 9, 2020 at 9:15 PM CDT
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MANKATO, Minn. (KEYC) — The Southcentral Minnesota Clean Energy Council is inviting southern Minnesota residents to provide input on what they would like to see the council accomplish this year.

Area residents are asked to fill out a short survey to help the council better understand the wants and needs of community members and to better serve the area.

SMCEC Forums Survey

This 5 minute survey is to help us understand the needs and interests of our community so we can continue to provide relevant information and services. We appreciate your response! The Southcentral Minnesota Clean Energy Council (SMCEC) promotes energy saving technologies, the renewable energy industry and clean energy in southern Minnesota.

The Southcentral Minnesota Clean Energy Council’s June forum has been canceled, but a council spokesperson says they are planning to host a forum on July 10 with Deb Groebner of Youth Eco Solutions (YES!) and the Mankato West High School YES! Team.

Currently, the forum scheduled for July 10 is pending COVID-19 guidelines. Additional updates will be available on the Southcentral Minnesota Clean Energy Council’s Facebook page.

Visit the Southcentral Minnesota Clean Energy Council’s website for additional information.

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