If you’re not green, you’re nuts. That was the blunt message of the CEO of Ann Arbor property managers McKinley Inc., Albert Berriz, in the keynote of Wednesday’s DTE Energy – Engineering Society of Detroit Energy Conference & Exhibition.
The latest meeting and event notices from Michigan’s technology-focused companies and institutions
IKEA announced plans to install solar energy panels on five of its United States furniture store locations – including the store in Canton.
The Michigan Strategic Fund is awarding $25 million to eight organizations that will support entrepreneurs in launching and growing companies throughout the state.
Monroe County Community College will hold a public information session on its new alternative energy courses Tuesday, July 26 from 6 to 8 p.m. in Rooms 259 and 260 of the La Z Boy Center on main campus.
Gov. Rick Snyder attended an invitation-only discussion with Michigan-based alternative energy CEOs at Energetx Composites LLC in Holland Wednesday prior to a luncheon held in his honor held by the Tulip Time festival and lauded Energetx with the first ever “Reinventing Michigan” award for turning boat building technology into wind turbine parts.
Interest in clean green power and energy efficiency is only growing in Macomb County, based on Wednesday’s Macomb County Chamber “All Things Green” 2011 conference.
The Engineering Society of Detroit provided a wide-ranging look at the challenges and opportunities in renewable energy for Michigan and the globe overall at its annual Alternative Energy Conference Wednesday at the Hyatt Regency Dearborn. […]
Grand Valley State University’s Michigan Alternative and Renewable Energy Center has received a grant to enhance the center’s business incubator program that supports energy and technology-related business start-ups.
On the heels of last week’s federal recommendations to help prevent another BP oil spill disaster, a University of Michigan researcher says the tragedy has come close to acting as a catalyst for deeper change — but not quite