Michigan Public Service Commission
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.
Broadband Internet service, at least at a basic level, is available in a surprisingly large percentage of Michigan households even in rural areas, according to a new report released Thursday by the nonprofit Connect Michigan, in partnership with the Michigan Public Service Commission.
The Michigan Public Service Commission today issued its 11th annual report on the status of telecommunications competition in Michigan, showing more competition than ever.
The latest event and meeting notices from Michigan’s technology-focused companies and institutions, before they are posted on the GLITR IT Calendar.
The Michigan Public Service Commission Monday issued its 2010 annual report to Gov. Rick Snyder and the Michigan Legislature.
The Michigan Public Service Commission announced the debut of a newly redesigned website on plug-in electric vehicles — http://www.PlugInMichigan.org
Novi-based ITCTransmission said it has received a siting certificate for its Thumb Loop high-voltage transmission line project from the Michigan Public Service Commission, setting the stage for new power lines for coming Thumb wind energy projects.
The Michigan Public Service Commission last week approved a settlement agreement approving a long-term power purchase agreement between The Detroit Edison Company and a subsidiary for a unique landfill gas project.
Energy Works Michigan, a project of the Ecology Center of Ann Arbor, will promote energy efficiency and assist in the installation of solar photovoltaics, solar thermal, and wind systems in ninety Michigan schools during the next three years.