Providing Duluth businesses with safe and reliable energy services is our top priority. Learn about the steps we are taking to prepare for COVID-19.

Duluth Energy Systems is transforming to a modern, efficient community energy system. In 2020, we will enter our the third and final phase of our steam to hot water transition on Superior Street. Learn more about this advancement on our project page. To keep up-to-date on the progress of the Superior Street construction visit the City’s website.

We will be continuing to work with the City of Duluth to develop a vision that can deliver system improvements and carbon reductions to benefit the customer base and the community. Read the Ever-Green blog post “Investing in Reliable, Sustainable Outcomes in Duluth.”

Watch “Shaping Superior Street.” The television program produced was by KBJR 6 and chronicles the first phase of Duluth’s Superior Street reconstruction project.

“Duluth has a proud history of addressing challenges while delivering innovation. The Steam Plant project provides an opportunity for both – addresses our challenge of an 85-year-old, coal-fired down-town heating system while incorporating flexible and renewable energy sources, such as biomass, to fuel this closed loop hot water system. The time is now, and we’re ready to get this done to benefit downtown while protecting our natural resources.”

– Emily Larson, Mayor, City of Duluth

Duluth Energy Systems is operated and managed by Ever-Green Energy.