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.
Residents and businesses can learn how to be more energy efficient through workshops being offered through Oakland County.
Consumers Energy awarded $4.3 million in incentives to fund 888 projects in the third quarter of 2011 to help Michigan commercial and industrial customers become more energy efficient.
DTE Energy is issuing a Request for Proposals for the Residential Home Performance energy efficiency program and for evaluation, measurement and verification (EM&V) services for its energy efficiency programs.
Energy efficiency experts from DTE Energy will be at The Home Depot stores in metro Detroit on Saturday, Oct. 22, to offer homeowners advice on how to save money by making changes to the way they light their homes.
The goal was to place 80,000 workers in the field of energy efficiency or renewable energy by 2013.