As coal plants close, groups scrutinize plans for more gas-fired generation in Michigan

Plans to build natural gas plants to replace coal-fired generation in Michigan are facing scrutiny from advocates looking to ensure renewable energy and energy efficiency are also being…

Michigan program finances first megawatt of solar, with ambitious goals ahead

A clean energy financing program in Michigan reached a milestone last month when it helped homeowners and businesses install 1 megawatt of solar energy across the state.

Michigan utility embarks on ‘next generation infrastructure’ for clean energy

As blighted and empty properties are being revamped on Grand Rapids, Michigan’s West Side, a major utility is partnering with the city and a local developer on an…

Small City Sets Big Clean-Energy Goal

Traverse City is in the national media for their commitment to using 100% renewable energy within four years.

Escanaba Looking at Solar Energy System

After looking at the pros and cons of solar energy for years, Escanaba is considering two alternative sites for developing a sun-powered system that would help reduce power…

Michigan Climate March News Roundup

Thousands of Michiganders march to call for action on climate change. Here are some of the news stories about the march that took place on Saturday, April 29.

In DC and statewide, Michiganders march for climate action

Michiganders will march on the nation’s capital and rally in cities around the state April 29 to call on elected leaders to take bold action now to avoid…

Charlevoix Business Invests in Solar Power

From his office at Manthei Landscape Supply, Peter Manthei can tell you how much energy is being produced at his family’s solar array in Charlevoix.

Experts Discuss Climate Change Effects on Michigan

This article originally appeared on C & G Newspapers. Lisa Wozniak, executive director of the Michigan League of Conservation Voters, recently compared the climate change debate to a…

Michigan State Researcher on Pipelines and Modern Colonialism

In the year since the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe first organized Dakota Access pipeline protest camps in North Dakota, Michigan State University researcher Kyle Powys Whyte has written extensively about…


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