Americans can sharply cut their energy use without sacrificing lifestyle comfort. That’s the message of Dearborn’s Ford Motor Co. and Benton Harbor-based Whirlpool Corp., which are demonstrating products in the Ford-led MyEnergy Lifetyle retrofit contest on Katie Couric’s syndicated talk show, “Katie.”
The University of Michigan continues to make progress to lower energy consumption and boost recycling on its Ann Arbor campus as a result of ongoing efforts by the Planet Blue Operations team.
Central Michigan University’s carbon footprint has been decreasing on a “rapid basis,” according to LeRoy Barnes, CMU utilities engineer, since the school began taking conservation methods to reduce electricity consumption and conserve natural gas in 2008.
Beaumont Health System is only one of two organizations in Michigan and the only health system in southeast Michigan to participate in all six challenges offered as part of the Healthier Hospitals Initiative.
Commercial, industrial and multi-family property owners in the City of Southfield will now have access to an innovative new tool to finance energy efficiency projects and renewable energy improvements for their buildings.
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.
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Consumers Energy electric customers can now share and compare their energy use with friends on Facebook with a social energy app launched Tuesday.
Grand Valley State University faculty and staff members can save money and conserve energy in their homes by participating in a unique partnership between the university and the City of Grand Rapids.
The Hogan Center, the home of Alma College’s maroon and cream, is now also certified green.