Renewable Energy

Our vision is an energy system that relies heavily on renewable sources of electricity and fuels to meet our needs for electricity, heating, cooling and transportation. GPI’s current efforts to promote clean sources of electricity are described above under our “energy infrastructure” section. Areas of focus on renewable fuels include:

  • Growing the nation’s renewable biogas and biomethane industry.
  • Turning abundant organic “wastes” into renewable energy.
  • Supporting the commercialization and scale-up of next-gen biofuels (from non-food sources).
  • Promoting bioproducts and chemicals as a growth strategy for modern biorefineries. 

Blog

Eight Questions on Energy: Featuring Nancy Pfund, Founder and Managing Partner of DBL Partners

Ms. Pfund shares her energy bucket list, thoughts on the future of energy, and much more.

How Duluth's New Mapping Tool Helps Predict Solar Energy Potential

App translates statewide solar energy data into a predictive model for solar energy production.

Competitive Wholesale Electricity Markets Benefit Wind Energy Production

New analysis sheds light on the impact of wholesale electricity markets on wind power.

Staff

Capitol Pathways Intern
Vice President
Senior Research Analyst
Chief Administrative Officer
Program Consultant
Associate

Publications