The first round of spending includes $1.7 million to install 66 chargers at 22 sites outside of the Twin Cities metro area.
About two-thirds of homes on an annual Twin Cities tour now include a standardized energy consumption score.
Xcel Energy has already pledged to go carbon-free, allowing the city’s plan to focus on other areas to reduce emissions.
One of the important attractions at the Science Museum of Minnesota is hidden away deep in the interior of the building. Yet people still find it interesting and inspiring.
Xcel Energy’s $25 million electric vehicle program also includes expanding public charging networks across the state.