Employers need competitively priced and reliable power and fuel to operate and expand operations. The state’s lengthy and unpredictable regulatory process increases costs and impedes growth. The Legislature should ensure that businesses have access to a full portfolio of energy and technological resources.
- Maintain reliable and cost-effective power.
- Reform the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission and Department of Commerce and their processes.
- Discontinue cost-shifting of electricity rates for commercial and industrial customers.
- Encourage balanced approach to modernizing the power grid.
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