CenterPoint Energy’s plan to reduce carbon emissions

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By Christe Singleton, Emma Ingebretsen, Erica Larson, and Peter Narbaitz

For many gas utilities, it’s clear that their business models will need to adapt to better serve their customers in a decarbonizing economy. But what should these new models look like? And how can gas utilities leverage federal clean energy funding?

CenterPoint Energy, Minnesota’s largest natural gas utility, shares details of its innovative proposal to reduce carbon emissions and advance a cleaner energy future. The proposal includes projects to promote made-in-Minnesota alternative gases like renewable natural gas and hydrogen, as well as pioneering technologies such as a networked geothermal district energy system, end-use carbon capture, strategic electrification, and advanced energy efficiency.

Watch the on-demand webinar to learn more about:

  • CenterPoint Energy’s decarbonization proposal, including examples of innovative projects the utility is pursuing.
  • Gas decarbonization efforts taking place across the U.S., including new federal funding streams.
  • How gas utilities can begin exploring new, cleaner energy technologies.
Meet the authors
  1. Christe Singleton, Vice President, Minnesota Gas, CenterPoint Energy
  2. Emma Ingebretsen, Senior Project Manager, Decarb Projects, CenterPoint Energy
  3. Erica Larson, Manager, Regulatory Affairs and Market Development
  4. Peter Narbaitz, Director, Energy Markets

    Peter specializes in supporting utilities with strategic planning related to decarbonization and climate policy with more than 10 years of experience. View bio