Minnesota’s renewable energy mandate: 15 years of failure
Tuesday, Nov. 23 marks the 15th anniversary of the day then-Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty signed off on his renewable energy mandate, the Next Generation Energy Act (NGEA). Today is also…
Last week (June 17, 2021), the Minnesota House of Representatives debated the omnibus on climate and energy policy.
Representative Mary Franson shined during this discussion, issuing a blistering speech that detailed how child miners in the Congo mine the cobalt needed for electric vehicle batteries, and how Muslim slaves in China assemble solar panels.
You can watch the video below.