“You absolutely can’t smell it,” says company spokeswoman Stephanie Jentgen.
A report shows that Michigan’s energy providers are on track to meet their 2015 renewable energy mandate, but are capable of more.
A $2.2 million project is underway at the St. Clair County Regional Education Service Agency campus in Marysville to create solar energy.
More wind and solar energy users in Michigan are getting billing credit for excess power they generate.
Michigan Technological University’s Sustainable Futures Institute and a broad range of Pan American partners see biofuel as a good answer to society’s growing need for alternative energy. But they want to make sure that it is produced in a sustainable way, benefiting rather than harming the societies and environments producing it.
A new report finds that most of Michigan’s electricity providers are on pace to generate 10 percent of their power from renewable sources by 2015.
Gov. Rick Snyder has released a new energy and environmental policy blueprint that calls for stepped-up production of natural gas in Michigan.
Six contentious ballot proposals are before Michigan voters on Nov. 6, including several well-funded measures backed by special interest groups and five that would require amending the Michigan Constitution.
A proposal to require that Michigan utilities steadily boost their use of renewable energy sources over the next dozen years is stirring a whirlwind of competing claims about costs, jobs and spinoff issues that could leave voters dizzy with confusion.
DTE Energy says it’s wrapped up construction and started up full commercial operations at its Gratiot County Wind Project, which includes 133 turbines.