Michigan Lawmakers Advance PACE-like Loans for Homeowners

There’s at least one bipartisan piece of legislation moving through Michigan’s lame-duck session: A streamlined loan program for residential [...]

Three State Legislators Want To Kill Michigan’s Popular Clean Energy Law

Three state legislators in Michigan have put together a bill to kill the state’s renewable energy mandate, while their [...]

Updating the Renewable Energy Standard in Michigan

Public Act 295 was enacted in 2008 as Michigan’s first step towards a renewable energy standard. This act required [...]

Bill Would Open Up Competition In Michigan’s Electricity Market

A new bill would lift Michigan’s cap on electric market choice. Proponents of the bill say the current cap prevents [...]

Gov. Rick Snyder Outlines Broad Vision for Michigan’s Energy Policy

Gov. Rick Snyder set a broad vision for Michigan’s energy policy that involves a more flexible range of renewable [...]

Green Energy Fees Disappearing From Utility Bills

Four years after raising customers’ bills to meet mandates to sell cleaner power, Michigan’s biggest utilities are eliminating the [...]

How did the ‘Green Energy’ law did in terms of jobs?

In 2008, when then-Gov. Jennifer Granholm signed the state’s mandated alternative energy law, she said a $6 billion investment [...]

Michigan Energy Michigan jobs pushes for RE measure

Supporters of a Michigan ballot measure that would require utilities to get more of their electricity from renewable sources [...]

Michigan: Tax credits for “Green Buildings”

The push for energy efficient building practices in Michigan is under way with the introduction of legislation such as [...]