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A rooftop solar installation. Flickr photo by Intel Free Press.

Michigan Voices have Spoken, and Governor Snyder Listened!

10/17/2013 // By Sarah Mullkoff

Exciting news! After thousands of Michigan residents spoke up in support of clean energy this spring, the Michigan Energy Office and Michigan Public Service Commission recently took an important step towards bringing renewable energy to Michigan by releasing a new […] Read more >

Michigan State MSSC students educating their peers about clean energy and Prop 3

MI Student Groups Endorse 25% Renewable Energy Standard Ballot Proposal

10/26/2012 // By Liz Starke

On November 6, Michigan voters will have the chance to secure more clean energy for our state by voting for Prop 3. This ballot proposal is a unique opportunity for Michigan citizens to increase our state’s renewable energy standard to 25% by the […] Read more >

Historic Times for the Conservation Movement

12/4/2007 // By Josh Nelson

The momentum right now in the conservation movement is really incredible.  Not only are we on the eve of mandating an increase in fuel efficiency to 35 MPG, but we are also just hours away from seeing the first comprehensive […] Read more >

Energy Bill Passes House–Details, Next Steps and More

8/7/2007 // By Kristin Johnson

As promised, here’s a breakdown of the energy package passed by the House of Representatives Saturday, Aug. 4. VICTORY: A Renewable Electricity Standard passed, 220-190, which would require electric suppliers to provide 15 percent of their electricity using renewable energy […] Read more >

Congress to the RES-cue!

8/3/2007 // By Kristin Johnson

The House Energy Bill will begin floor debate this morning, with amendments–including a Renewable Electricity Standard (RES)–voted on this afternoon. But if they like to talk as much as the Senate, this could go late. We hear that the Renewable […] Read more >

House Energy Vote Approaches

7/31/2007 // By Kristin Johnson

A few weeks ago, the U.S. Senate passed their version of an Energy Bill, drawing up a blueprint for America’s energy use in the coming year. Now the House of Representatives is working on their Energy Independence Package, and staffers […] Read more >