Conservatives have allowed the left to dominate the public move toward cleaner, more decentralized power sources. This, despite consistent and growing public data showing that a large majority of conservatives, too, want the same -result – cleaner, more local sources of electricity.  The Minnesota Conservative Energy Forum bridges that gap – providing a -market-driven, consumer-first approach that arms conservatives with good arguments and plenty of data to engage in the argument of how our energy economy transitions.