Enbridge Court Decision Doesn't Change the Science

The Michigan Court of Appeals decided on Thursday in favor of Enbridge’s right to apply for federal and state permits for Line 5 tunnel oil construction. Kate Madigan,…

As solar takes off, Michigan advocates fear key program is running out of space

A 2008 state law capped net metering at 1% of a utility’s peak load — a threshold some companies are now nearing.

Michigan energy task force readies propane report, but questions loom

The Upper Peninsula’s dependence on propane is a factor in the state’s debate over the future of the Line 5 natural gas pipeline.

Electric vehicle drivers in Michigan see increased investment in fast charging

An infusion of public and private funds is helping to expand the state’s network of public fast charging stations.

City of Lansing Asked to Declare Climate Emergency

League of Women Voters-Lansing Area co-presidents Margo Smith and Donna Mullins proposed that the City of Lansing adopt A Resolution to Declare a Climate Emergency.

Climate Matters in Michigan

Pressing Realities for a State and a Region Nearly fifty years after the 1970 Teach-In on the Environment, which began with a rally in Crisler Center, the University…

Illinois Solar for All spreads the wealth to underserved communities

The program guarantees cost savings for schools and nonprofits serving low-income and underrepresented areas.

Michigan cities’ climate plans count on voluntary building efficiency upgrades

Detroit and Grand Rapids each see building efficiency improvements as a key element of meeting emissions goals.

Q&A: Michigan lawmaker envisions state as an electric vehicle leader

“It’s as pivotal a moment as when we went from horses to cars,” says first-term state Sen. Mallory McMorrow.  

Michigan appointments add clean energy expertise to utility board

Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s additions to the Public Service Commission include two former clean energy advocates.  


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