Ben Fowke: Standing Tall at the Energy Intersection

Xcel Energy’s CEO Ben Fowke had a cover story in the March/April issue of Electric Perspectives Magazine. Here are some of the highlights of his...

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Efforts Paid Off During TransCanada Pipeline Explosion

People rely on natural gas—24 hours a day, seven days a week. That’s why our national pipeline infrastructure, in conjunction with natural gas storage, is...

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Energy Efficiency

Easy-Bake Oven: The Littlest Energy Efficiency Victim

It was the 1970s, and I was about seven years old when I received my very own avocado-green Easy-Bake Oven with the watch-it-bake window. And watch it I did. I loved mixing up that gooey batter, pouring it into the...

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Renewable Energy

Spring Safety? What Does That Even Mean?

If you’ve lived in Colorado for very long, you know the old joke: If you don’t like the weather, just wait a minute. As I peek over my cubicle wall and out the window at the snow-covered mountains to the...

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REMINDER: Gas Meter Safety is Critical in Heavy Snow and Icy Conditions

With our extreme winter conditions, it’s important to keep your gas meter clear of snow and ice, including areas above and near it. Safely and gently clear of snow and ice away from the meter to avoid the potential for...

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Your Energy

Savannah Cleans House at Regionals

My name is Savannah Allen, I’m an 11-year-old sixth grader at All Saints Catholic School in Lakeville,Minnesota and was invited by Xcel Energy’s Billy Draper to be a guest blogger. My last blog explained my path to the Twin Cities...

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