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The city of Grand Rapids’ work to supply its Lake Michigan Filtration Plant with on-site renewable solar energy is one step closer to reality thanks to an affirmative vote by the Grand Haven Charter Township Zoning Board of Appeals.
2020 didn’t turn out to be the milestone year Consumers Energy was hoping for with its PowerMIDrive program, but the Michigan utility kept some momentum on the road to Michigan’s clean energy future.
The Grand Rapids City Commission approved the adoption of LED lights for all neighborhood street lighting.
Herbruck’s Poultry Ranch is partnering with ES Services Company, a subsidiary of CMS Energy, to build an approximately 2-megawatt solar array at its Green Meadow Organics facility in Saranac.
DTE Energy announced it invested $2.2 billion with Michigan businesses in 2020, creating and sustaining more than 10,400 jobs across the state and exceeding its annual commitment by $200 million.
As part of DTE Energy’s 2050 net zero commitment, DTE Gas announced that it will offer customers a new way to reduce their carbon footprint.
M-Industries announced a major step toward energy independence by having 419 solar panels installed on its factory roof.
CMS Energy and its principal subsidiary Consumers Energy announced Christine “Chris” Wisniewski, currently executive director of operations performance analytics, was named vice president of operations performance, effective Monday.
TRAVERSE CITY — Michigan's environmental agency said Friday that it has approved construction of an underground tunnel to house a replacement for a controversial oil pipeline in a channel linking two of the Great Lakes.
Residential solar saw a steep decline in installations early in 2020 as the COVID-19 pandemic swept the U.S., but POWERHOME SOLAR, a North Carolina residential solar company with strong business ties in Michigan, reported exponential growth last year.
Eldean Shipyard announced it installed and activated a second solar installation to generate electricity on-site at the marina.
CMS Energy named LeeRoy Wells Jr. senior vice president of operations, effective Tuesday.
CMS Energy announced Patti Poppe is leaving the company, effective Dec. 1, to take the position of chief executive officer at PG&E Corporation in California.
ESSEXVILLE — Consumers Energy demolished a coal-fired power plant in Bay County that provided electricity for 76 years.
In the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic, Consumers Energy adjusted its work so it won’t have to meet business customers in-person to help them reduce their energy bills.
While building owners are looking to keep their energy bills down during the summer, Ryan Leestma is touting the virtues of solar development.
DTE Energy announced an expansion of its 2050 net zero goal to include its gas subsidiary.
Consumers Energy announced a partnership with Google and Uplight to provide Google Nest thermostats to up to 100,000 households.
Consumers Energy again has contracted out-of-state professionals to help it move toward its zero-coal goal by 2040.
Forsite Development said it is nearing the end of its demolition on the old B.C. Cobb power plant site in Muskegon and soon will...
DTE Energy recently announced it spent $2.1 billion with Michigan businesses in 2019, creating and sustaining more than 9,800 jobs across the state and...
Consumers Energy recently announced a goal to achieve net zero carbon emissions by 2040, the next step in the utility’s Clean Energy Plan.“Consumers Energy...
A maker of pressure control and processing systems for the oil and gas industry is closing a plant in the region and laying off...
Consumers Energy recently announced it approved nearly 400 rebates for electric vehicle charging stations at homes and in public locations across Michigan since launching...