December 4, 2018
By Lisa Bowers
The Mining Journal
November 21, 2018
September 19, 2018
The Mining Journal
September 10, 2018
By Betsy Lillian
North American Wind Power
September 5, 2018
The Michigan Agency for Energy (MAE) reminds qualified homeowners or renters that they must apply by Sept. 30 to receive the state’s Home Heating Credit.
September 3, 2018
This overview from the Michigan Public Service Commission explains how it sets electric and natural gas utility rates for consumers. https://www.michigan.gov/documents/mpsc/Rate_Case_Issue_Brief_3-29-18_618861_7.pdf
August 23, 2018
By Jim Carruthers, Detroit Free Press
The mayor of Traverse City, Michigan, says the declining costs of renewable energy makes the city utility’s 100 percent renewable energy goal a “smart investment for customers.”
August 23, 2018
Solar advocates say Michigan lawmakers should be doing more to protect net metering policy as utilities seek to undermine it.
July 17, 2018 News Release: Lock in propane prices ahead of the heating season, get an early fill The Michigan Agency for Energy (MAE) is advising propane customers to lock in their fuel prices ahead of heating season. https://www.michigan.gov/energy/0,4580,7-230–473015–,00.html
July 11, 2018 News Release: As summer heat lingers, MAE offers tips to seniors on how to stay cool while keeping utility bills down Some tips from the Michigan Agency for Energy (MAE) for how senior citizens can stay cool this summer while keeping their energy bills in check. https://www.michigan.gov/energy/0,4580,7-230–472554–,00.html
July 10, 2018 Have you ever looked at your electric bill and seen an “estimated bill?” Sometimes, your utility company can’t read your meter so they estimate your electricity use. This can lead to overpayment. Here are some of your rights as a ratepayer when it comes to estimated bills. MPSC-flyer-on-Estimated-Bills
July 10, 2018 Keynote Presentation at Solar Canada 2018: Beyond 30% Renewable Electricity in Alberta – Supply-Mix Considerations Presented June 20, 2018 by Dr. Christopher Clack of Vibrant Clean Energy This presentation shows how an energy system that emphasizes clean energy sources like wind, solar and battery storage can be cost-effective compared to one that relies more on power plants that burn fossil fuels. It demonstrates how other parts of North America are looking at clean energy sources to meet energy demand. To download the presentation, go here and select “Read Only” when prompted: http://www.vibrantcleanenergy.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/VCE-CanSIA_Calgary-06202018.pptx
White Paper: OPEN-ACCESS POWER GENERATION: The Need for Structural Separation of Michigan’s Electric Utility Industry By Dr. Gary Wolfram, Ph.D. https://static1.squarespace.com/static/544676b0e4b08bb8e7627c06/t/5b182e7a6d2a73a08a71c36b/1528311499970/Open-access-power-generation-the-need-for-structural-separation-of-michigan-electric-utility-industry.pdf
May 21, 2018 News Article: Grid ‘seams’ still a challenge for long-distance transmission developers By Energy News Network https://energynews.us/2018/05/21/midwest/grid-seams-still-a-challenge-for-long-distance-transmission-developers/
Infographic: Upper Peninsula Residential Electric Rates
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- Click on “Compare Average Rates” to view average rates per utility in cents per kWh
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