With cash going fast, Xcel Energy is reviewing a rebate program that gives residential and commercial customers money back when they install solar power. Xcel is working now to gauge interest, study the changing economics of the solar market and get the pricing right. A smaller rebate could fund more installations but might deter many customers.
Wild win battle of NHL's hottest teams, extend winning streak to six
Kirill Kaprizov delivered a shootout winner to take down the Maple Leafs.
Popular Minneapolis taproom to start requiring proof of vaccination
The new policy will only apply to indoor service.
Vikings downgrade Eric Kendricks to out against Lions
The Vikings have also activated Michael Pierce from injured reserve.
Minnesotan sentenced after assaulting man with baseball bat
Marshall Wayne Boshey was sentenced to 30 months in prison followed by two years of supervised release.
Target's gift card discount is back, but for this weekend only
The fine print: for Target Circle members only (but membership is free).
Minneapolis teen arrested in St. Cloud after fleeing police in stolen vehicle
The vehicle was stolen in a car-jacking in Minneapolis Thursday.
Watch: St. Cloud State's Jami Krannila uses 'The Michigan' to score against North Dakota
Gopher fans avert your eyes.
Prosecutor seeks new charge against Duluth officer who shot through man's door
Tyler Leibfried's trial is set to begin early next year.
Winter storm warnings issued with heavy snow set to slam MN
Parts of northern Minnesota could see more than a foot of snow, but there won't be much in the Twin Cities.
Solar rebates for Minnesota Xcel Energy customers going away
A solar energy program that has provided rebates to more than 500 Xcel Energy customers in Minnesota since 2010 will be phased out starting in 2013. The Minneapolis-based company said its Solar Rewards program met its goal of adding six megawatts of solar-powered electricity to its system, and now it wants to devote more of its efforts to energy conservation.
Minnesota group offers unbiased info for those considering solar
Many solar installers offer cheap or free assessments to potential customers, but they have an incentive to recommend their products. Now you can have an independent assessor evaluate your property's potential for solar energy. Advocates say it will help customers get unbiased info while guarding the industry's reputation from a few bad sellers.
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