Michigan Is Turning To Renewables For Power

The population of the state of Michigan is estimated to be 10.04 million people[1]. In April 2020, utilities used natural…

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More Wind Energy In The Wolverine State

The current population of the “Wolverine State, Michigan is estimated to be 10.02 million people. In April 2019, state utilities…

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The Great Lakes State Giving Coal, The Cold Shoulder

The current population of the “Great Lakes State,” Michigan is estimated to be 10.02 million people. In February 2019, state…

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More Utilities Turning Their Back on Coal

In June 2018, Consumers Energy announced a plan to stop using coal to generate electricity by 2040. Consumer Energy is…

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Wolverine State Going Solar

The current population of the state of Michigan is estimated to be 10.03 million people. In October 2018, the state…

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Michigan Installing EV Charging Stations

Michigan’s two largest utilities, DTE Energy and Consumers Energy are developing a program to incentivize electric vehicle (EV) to charge…

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Renewable Energy Fight In Arizona

The NextGen Climate Action Committee is seeking to place an environmental initiative before the Arizona electorate. The proposed initiative would…

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Sun Setting On Coal

The U.S. Energy Information Agency (EIA) reports dramatic changes in the fuels that generate electrical power in America. Coal consumption…

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Michigan Utility Abandons Coal

The coal fueled, Shiras Steam Plant in Marquette, Michigan has closed. Marquette Power and Light closed the 44 MW coal…

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