Energy use is a major expense for MCES -- approximately $15 million per year. Through energy conservation and increased use of renewable energy, however, MCES is achieving considerable economic and environmental benefits, lowering costs and reducing air emissions like carbon dioxide.
MCES 2015 Energy Goal is to reduce MCES facilities’ estimated purchase of energy for continuing operations by 25% as compared to 2006 baseline use by year end 2015 - while achieving or exceeding current levels of service - and 50% by 2020.
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MCES was recognized on April 30 as one of six recipients of Xcel Energy's Energy Efficiency Award in the category of Large, Commercial and Industrial Customers.
Governor Dayton recognized the Metropolitan Council Environmental Services' (MCES) conservation efforts.