The recent launch of the Michigan Conservative Energy Forum comes as Gov. Rick Snyder and legislators consider updating Michigan’s electricity law.
Four years after raising customers’ bills to meet mandates to sell cleaner power, Michigan’s biggest utilities are eliminating the fees or slashing them significantly.
It’s “Go Green Week” in the Detroit Public Schools and the district is unveiling a number of energy-saving practices.
NextEnergy is celebrating 10 years of success in driving innovation and the economy forward with an exclusive event honoring companies and innovators in advanced energy technologies.
He was known as the ‘hero of the electric car movement.’ Stanford Ovshinsky, a Bloomfield Hills resident, has died at age 89.
Federal, state, local and private sector officials Wednesday celebrated the launch of the $22 million Fremont Community Digester plant, which produces electric power by processing organic waste.
Nearly 100 building operators, corporate energy managers and manufacturing managers gathered Tuesday at the General Motors Heritage Center to hear the latest in energy saving trends from Energy Star.
Waste Management announced today that the company has completed construction of its new gas-to-energy plant at the Pine Tree Acres Renewable Energy Facility in Lenox. The plant helps power approximately 12,000 Michigan homes and has created positions for five newly hired staff.
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.
A team of Wayne State University graduate students and their unique energy-harvesting technology has won the $50,000 first prize in the Michigan Clean Energy Venture Challenge, judges announced Friday.