Michigan Public Service Commission
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.
Noting that over 5,000 wireless devices were reported stolen in Michigan this year, the Michigan Public Service Commission is providing tips on how to safeguard against wireless theft, how to protect data on cell phones, and what to do if a wireless device is stolen.
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.
Plans by the operator of the ferry to Harsens Island in Lake St. Clair to possibly end service have sparked renewed interest in building a bridge to the island by way of the Detroit International Bridge Company.
Will Harsens islanders find themselves marooned?
DTE Energy Friday lauded a report on advanced meters by the staff of the Michigan Public Service Commission.
Multiple residents and city leaders have already expressed concern and now the State has started an investigation into the installation of Smart Meters on homes across the state.
The Michigan Public Service Commission has decided to freeze rates for those who utilize the Harsens Island ferry in Lake St. Clair, for now.
DTE Energy is more than halfway to its renewable energy goal with a contract to purchase 120 megawatts from a wind farm in Tuscola, Bay and Saginaw counties.
Despite the increased demand for power and the continued strain on the electrical grid, utility regulators say the state’s electrical system is fine.