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.
Beginning on Aug. 29, residential and business electric customers served by Consumers Energy can submit applications to participate in the utility’s Experimental Advanced Renewable Program.
The debate over increasing Michigan’s renewable energy requirements is starting to heat up faster than a solar panel on a cloudless summer day.
The hundreds of engineers at Nexteer Automotive here are turning their expertise from electronic power steering to the sun.
The sale of United Solar as a going concern won’t happen. Its parent company, Energy Conversion Devices, Monday announced that the assets related to the United Solar Ovonic LLC thin, flexible solar panel business will be sold at auction June 26.
Beginning this week, residential electric customers served by Consumers Energy can submit applications to participate in the next phase of the Experimental Advanced Renewable Program.
Consumers Energy will be conducting an information session on June 6 in Traverse City for residential electric customers interested in learning about customer-installed solar energy systems.
Four of the founding manufacturers of the Coalition for American Solar Manufacturing purchased more than a combined $400 million in goods and services from other manufacturers and employers in 46 states in 2011, including Michigan, according to a CASM survey.
Customer-initiated solar projects in Grand Traverse, Jackson, Kent, Ottawa and Saginaw counties have been selected as participants in the next phase of Consumers Energy’s Experimental Advanced Renewable Program.