Xcel Energy Charging Customers for Statewide Electric Vehicle Chargers

Xcel Energy is proposing to spend $300 million to build and maintain 730 high-speed charging stations across Minnesota, including up to about 1,470 charging ports in total between 2024 and 2026 and start an electric school bus pilot program. 

Customers' latest electric bill contained an insert explaining how Xcel Energy is seeking to increase electricity bills for Minnesota families and businesses to build electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure.

The Minnesota Public Utilities Commission (PUC) must ultimately decide whether or not to approve this plan, so it is important that you tell them that you do NOT support this effort.

You must submit your feedback to Xcel Energy and the PUC on this issue before April 5th, 2023.