Xcel Energy TOU Pilot Approved Following Stakeholder Engagement Process

Minnesota’s electric utility stakeholders recently tried something new: upfront, productive dialogue among stakeholders before the utility filed its rate design proposal.

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e21 Roundtable on Performance Metrics

Following the opening of a new docket on performance metrics, the e21 Initiative convened its first “Roundtable” discussions of Phase III, resulting in a set of process considerations to support ongoing stakeholder engagement.

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Current Activities

Through pilot projects and public forums, e21 Phase III is advancing a 21st century electric system in Minnesota.

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Our History

The e21 Initiative began in 2014 by convening 30 key stakeholders to reimagine together a new utility regulatory framework in Minnesota.

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Resources

Access reports, meeting notes, and presentations from e21 meetings and convenings.

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e21: An Electric System for the 21st Century

The e21 Initiative aims to develop a more customer-centric and sustainable framework for utility regulation in Minnesota that better aligns how utilities earn revenue with public policy goals, new customer expectations, and the changing technology landscape.
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The Latest News & Events

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March 26, 2018 | Blog

Welcome to the new e21 Website

We’re excited to announce that the e21 Initiative has finally been given the website it…

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March 6, 2018 | Blog

e21 Roundtable Suggests Process Considerations for Performance Metrics Docket

As we’ve noted previously, a core activity of e21 Phase III is to convene…

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February 15, 2018 | Blog

Stakeholder Engagement in e21 Phase III

Since its inception in 2014, the e21 Initiative has carefully and thoughtfully…

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December 22, 2017 | Media

Has Xcel Minnesota designed the ideal residential time-of-use rate?

Article highlights Xcel Energy’s draft Time of Use Pilot, which was developed with input from…

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