General Motors and Detroit Renewable Energy announced a renewable energy project to turn solid municipal waste from Metro Detroit into process steam that will be used to heat and cool portions of GM’s Detroit-Hamtramck assembly plant.
Consumers Energy is sponsoring a forum to provide information to anyone interested in a new program to sell electricity produced by anaerobic digesters.
Consumers Energy, its contractors, Tuscola County-area landowners and local government officials held a groundbreaking event Friday to officially start construction of the company’s second wind park, called the Cross Winds Energy Park.
Michigan could be getting a lot more of its electricity from renewable sources, a renewable energy trade group says.
The Michigan Energy Innovation Business Council, an association of Michigan advanced energy companies, announced that SunEdison founder Jigar Shah will be the keynote speaker for Mi-EIBC’s upcoming Michigan Energy Innovators Gala on Monday, Oct. 28.
DTE said the 10 turbine, 20 megawatt project will create enough energy to power about 9,000 homes.
Michigan Public Service Commission Chairman John D. Quackenbush and Michigan Energy Office Director Steve Bakkal Friday issued a draft report on renewable energy in Michigan and said they’re seeking public comment on it.
A report shows that Michigan’s energy providers are on track to meet their 2015 renewable energy mandate, but are capable of more.
The Michigan Public Service Commission has approved DTE Energy’s contract to purchase 20 megawatts of renewable energy from a subsidiary of Heritage Sustainable Energy, a Michigan wind energy producer.
Consumers Energy is Michigan’s largest supplier of renewable energy and will soon be adding more to serve its customers. The company Thursday announced it had signed a contract with GE to supply 62 more wind turbine generators for the Cross Winds Energy Park in Tuscola County.