Consumers Energy awarded more than $2 million in incentives to commercial and industrial customers in the first quarter to help fund 697 energy efficiency projects that provide long-term savings.
The Ann Arbor-based green building and remodeling company Meadowlark Builderes says it has taken a run-down Victorian home built in 1910 and transformed it into a showplace for energy efficiency, smart building technology and family-friendly design.
The Economic Development Corp. of the City of Detroit has approved $253,732 in SmartBuildings Detroit matching grants to make energy-saving improvements on Shed Five in Eastern Market, a riverfront residential-health mixed-use development and a retail store.
If you’ve got a great idea for energy efficiency technology, DTE Energy and the Engineering Society of Detroit want to know about it. And there might be $250,000 in it for you.
United States Army officials announced Friday that the Army National Automotive Center, based in Warren, is refocusing on its role as the focal point for public-private mobility technology development.
Secure-24 Inc., the provider of managed IT operations, hosting and application outsourcing, is celebrating Earth Day 2012 through two green events in metro Detroit, continuing a commitment to reducing its CO2 footprint.
Thanks to more than $4 million in grants secured by Wyandotte Municipal Services from the U. S. Department of Energy and the State of Michigan, funds are available over the next few months to provide Wyandotte residents with free home energy audits and free or deeply discounted energy upgrades that will make their homes more comfortable and energy efficient. Every home in Wyandotte qualifies for this program.
The latest meeting and event notices from Michigan’s technology-focused companies and institutions
Michigan’s energy landscape saw major changes in 2011 with growing renewable energy supplies, significant customer savings through energy efficiency, and a rebalancing of its energy supply portfolio.
Ferris State University’s fifth annual Michigan Energy Conference — relocated to Grand Rapids and compressed to a single day for 2012 — has issued a call for presentations.