Who’s On PACE? (ft. Deneen Pottery)

Deneen Pottery President and MinnPACE customer Niles Deneen, talks about how and why his business decided to use MinnPACE financing to invest in renewable energy.  What did you upgrade? This […]

ED101 Episode 4: Public-Private Partnerships

Public-private partnership expert and president of the Saint Paul Port Authority, Lee Krueger, breaks down how public-private partnerships help communities. How is the Saint Paul Port Authority involved with these […]

Good Things Come Upstream

What’s Coming Up River? We talk about the importance of river shipping and getting Minnesota grains downstream to the Gulf of Mexico and beyond, but what about the products that […]

Why River Shipping Matters

At the Saint Paul Port Authority, we support river shipping because it’s critical to the success of our regional economy. Minnesota farmers rely on the Mississippi River to sell their products […]

ED101 Episode 3: Brownfield Remediation

ED101 Episode 3: Brownfield Remediation Brownfield’s and Brownfield Remediation are a main focus at the Saint Paul Port Authority and a large part of our economic development focus. Here to […]

ED101 Episode 2: BTUs and Energy Financing

ED101 Episode 2: BTUs and Energy Financing Saint Paul Authority manages two energy saving finance programs (MinnPACE & TrillionBTU) that help businesses state-wide through a revolving loan fund and external […]

ED101 Episode 1: Greening of Economic Development

ED101 Episode 1: Greening of Economic Development Greening of Economic Development is a concept created by the United Nations Industrial Redevelopment Organization as a method to attain sustainable economic growth […]

Environmental Savings: Money & BTUs

  Did you know MinnPACE can save businesses money and energy by financing 100% of upfront costs for energy saving financing? Saint Paul Authority manages two state-wide energy saving finance […]

Green Industry

Did you know buildings consume nearly half of all energy produced in the United States? According to Architecture 2030, buildings generate 45% of all CO2 emissions in the United States. […]