Michigan’s Renewable Energy Law Levels Off Next Year. What’s Next?

Expanded renewable energy law, long-term utility planning or targets set by the governor are all on the table. Michigan’s [...]

Michigan Advocates Fear Federal Rule Changes Will Shut Out Solar Developers

The federal Public Utility Regulatory Policies Act (PURPA) is under review by state and federal authorities. A 40-year-old federal [...]

No Property Tax for Residential Solar in Michigan

Governor Gretchen Whitmer (D) has signed three bulls which will together reinstate the property tax abatement that residential solar [...]

Michigan Regulators Find Middle Ground on Rooftop Solar Payments

It’s the first program approved for utility customers who install solar and send excess power to the grid as [...]

Michigan’s Consumers Energy to Seek 5GW of Solar by 2030 Under Clean Energy Plan

Consumers and DTE Energy agreed to commit to a “50% clean energy goal” by 2030 — a plan that [...]

Detroit Judge Recommends Rejection of Solar Access Fee

A Michigan administrative law judge has recommended the state Public Service Commission reject DTE Energy Co.'s proposal for a [...]

Michigan Changes Net Metering Rules for Solar Power

Net metering is a boondoggle for residential homeowners who can afford to put solar panel systems on their homes [...]

Michigan to Replace Net Metering Program with Avoided-Cost Tariff

Michigan utility customers who put surplus electricity they generate back onto the power grid will be paid a lower, [...]

Renewable Energy Group Launches Mich. Ballot Campaign

Michigan electric providers would be required to produce at least 30 percent of their energy from renewable sources by [...]

Michigan Bill Looks to Clarify Tax Exemptions for Distributed Generation Projects

A bipartisan group of Michigan lawmakers introduced a bill last week that aims to clear up confusion over tax [...]