At an energy efficiency policy exchange hosted by the Center for Energy and Environment (CEE), Christopher James and Ken Colburn discussed the non-energy and public health benefits of energy efficiency as they relate to Minnesota’s efforts to comply with the Clean Power Plan (CPP). By leveraging the multiple benefits of energy efficiency, states can meet the requirements of the CPP at least cost, while also protecting public health, reducing the risk of stranded infrastructure costs, and conserving other resources, such as water.