The Legislative Energy Commission was created by the Minnesota Legislature in 2008. The commission evaluates the energy policies of the state, assessing the impact on the future of the environment and the economy. The commission also monitors the state's progress in achieving goals to develop renewable sources of electric energy; evaluates progress in reducing greenhouse gas emissions; reviews and recommends proposed energy legislation and takes public testimony on energy issues.
Minnesota Statutes 3.8851
The Commission replaced the Legislative Electric Energy Task Force.
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