Eight clean energy projects in Southeast Minnesota received seed grant funding from the Clean Energy Resource Teams earlier this month.
CERTs announced it would fund 39 clean energy projects across the state on Feb. 1. Two Rochester projects received funding along with several others in neighboring communities.
Minnesota Interfaith Power & Light, a Twin Cities-based organization that encourages faith communities to take action on climate, received a $3,500 grant to expand its presence to Rochester. The grant will help support the establishment of a Rochester Faith and Solar Coalition, which will encourage adoption of solar power among local faith organizations. Read More