There is likely little a Trump administration could do to stem the growth of renewable forms of energy.
New Michigan legislation makes it easier and more affordable for local governments to initiate energy efficiency programs at public facilities and operations.
Michigan's Legislators should consider the increasingly positive business case for supporting the state's Renewable Portfolio Standard before acting to roll it back or eliminate it outright.
Changes in Michigan net metering laws should be based on actual data, not conjecture.
Proposed legislative changes to Michigan's net metering policy could dramatically impact the state's renewable energy future.
Recent studies confirm renewables and efficiency technologies leading the way toward our energy future.
Michigan’s governor looks to advance state’s energy policies but faces push back from the Legislature.
The Michigan Legislature attempted to add burning solid waste within the definition of “renewable energy."
Michigan's energy efficiency scorecard shows an improved score over 2013, but state maintained is 12th place ranking nationally.
New FERC rule establishes requirements for power transmission planning and cost allocation, while promoting development of renewable energy projects.
Power purchase agreements for renewable energy technologies attract lawsuits and other efforts by traditional utilities seeking to keep their primacy by stifling growth, but it doesn’t have to be that way as other traditional utilities seek to develop a business model that incorporates distributed energy into their business models.
Nuclear and green energy producers may be long-term financial winners if proposed new EPA rules for regulating greenhouse gas emissions at existing sources are adopted.
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