With at least nine coal plants in the state slated to shut down in the next 10 years, natural gas is the likely replacement as the primary source for generating energy in Michigan, experts say.
If approved, the average DTE customer would see an increase of about $3.25 in their monthly bills. It would be the first rate increase in four years.
DTE Energy has already begun to build redundancy into circuits servicing several schools including the circuits connecting Emerson and Ludington schools.
A report shows that Michigan’s energy providers are on track to meet their 2015 renewable energy mandate, but are capable of more.
Employers looking to hire high-quality, experienced employees in full-time, part-time, internship and co-op positions can find them at the Wayne State University College of Engineering’s upcoming career fairs on Thursday, Oct. 3 and Thursday, Oct. 10.
A new report finds that most of Michigan’s electricity providers are on pace to generate 10 percent of their power from renewable sources by 2015.
The public input process announced in Gov. Rick Snyder’s Special Message on Energy and the Environment kicks off today with the launch of a new Web site and the schedule for seven public forums around the state.
Gov. Rick Snyder has released a new energy and environmental policy blueprint that calls for stepped-up production of natural gas in Michigan.
Grand Valley State University’s Michigan Alternative Renewable Energy Center will host a live webcast Wednesday, Nov. 28 of Gov. Rick Snyder’s message on Michigan’s vision for energy and the environment.
The latest event and meeting notices from Michigan’s technology-focused companies, institutions and groups