Energy Efficient Lighting
DTE Energy said Monday it has renovated its Energy Efficiency House, bolstering it with more than 100 energy saving tips that can be applied in every room of your house.
A free informational webinar will be offered on Monday, Aug. 26 at 2 p.m. for those interested in participating in the DTE Energy E-Challenge for Advanced Lighting Competition, but have questions about the program and the application process.
Frequently, the toughest thing about saving energy with modern, high-tech equipment is the up-front cost. Adopt-A-Watt is changing that.
The Port Huron Area School District was awarded a $99,365 grant for installation of energy efficient lighting in seven elementary schools, the Michigan Economic Development Corp. announced Monday.
At last week’s Royal Oak City Commission meeting, Adopt-A-Watt Inc. received unanimous approval to deploy energy efficient lighting and EV infrastructure in the city’s parking decks — at no cost to Royal Oak taxpayers.
Due to strong demand for its limited-time incentive offer on fluorescent lighting retrofits, DTE Energy has announced that it is expanding its program and extending the deadline to apply.
DTE Energy is offering special cash incentives to business owners who invest in new energy efficient lighting technologies under a new federal program.
The Mt. Clemens-based energy efficient lighting provider Clean Light Green Light Tuesday announced a new energy savings program being introduced through the company’s partnership with a private equity firm.
The Royal Oak-based National Adopt-A-Watt program celebrated another success Monday as the city of Dearborn threw the switch on privately sponsored energy-efficient lighting and an electric vehicle charging station in a municipal garage.
An advanced energy-efficient lighting applications manufacturer has completed a successful three-year stay in the business incubation program at Grand Valley State University’s Michigan Alternative and Renewable Energy Center.