Thirteen solar projects planned by two business and nine residential customers have been selected to move forward as part of Consumers Energy’s ongoing implementation of Michigan’s energy reform law.
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GreenLancer.com, a Detroit-based clean energy technology company, today announced the launch of a proprietary e-commerce platform where contractors can order the engineering documents needed to quickly develop solar energy projects.
DTE Energy and the Sisters, Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, dedicated a 518-kilowatt solar energy system at the IHM Sisters property in Monroe Friday morning.
Solar projects planned by 13 residential customers have been selected to move forward as part of Consumers Energy’s ongoing implementation of Michigan’s energy reform law.
DTE Energy said Tuesday it had selected 70 solar energy projects in the first round of its expansion of the SolarCurrents customer-owned pilot program, which offers customers a more affordable way to install solar photovoltaic systems on their homes and businesses.
The Michigan Public Service Commission’s annual renewable energy report finds the use of wind, sun and other renewables was expected to have reached 4.7 percent last year – up from 3.6 percent the previous year.
Consumers Energy will be conducting an information session Wednesday, Jan. 9 at Jackson Community College for electric customers interested in learning about customer-installed solar energy systems.
The Michigan Public Service Commission last week approved Detroit Edison Company’s request to implement Phase II of its customer-owned SolarCurrents program.
Detroit Edison Friday issued a Request for Proposals to purchase one or more large solar photovoltaic installation as part of its utility-owned SolarCurrents program.