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Michigan EIBC’s mission is to grow Michigan’s advanced energy economy by fostering opportunities for innovation and business growth and offering a unified voice in creating a business-friendly environment for the advanced energy industry in Michigan.

WHY JOIN MICHIGAN EIBC?

Stay Informed

Stay up to date about current news and policy that impact your business. 

Exert Influence

Help guide the industry with a unified voice for Michigan’s advanced energy. 

Build Relationships

Join the community of industry leaders that are growing the advanced energy economy.

“The access that they’re able to provide to each of the key stakeholders is unparalleled. The interface that we have with EIBC gives us the confidence that we have great stewardship in the details, where it matters.”
Matt McGovern, Cypress Creek Renewables
“Michigan EIBC brings so much value to Michigan SAVES. It gives us the opportunity to tell our story, it helps us to recruit more people into our contractor network, it allows us to spread the word.”
Mary Templeton, Michigan SAVES
“As a group they’ve been the most successful at progressing advanced energy issues at the state level.”
Kevin O'Connell, Michigan CAT
“Michigan EIBC brings great value in allowing us to network and communicate with other stakeholders in the industry.”
Dr. Brandy Brown, CLEAResult
“Michigan EIBC actually invites us to the table. The value of relationships of other leaders and innovators in energy in Michigan and across the country is [significant].”
Carla Walker-Miller, Walker-Miller Energy Services
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About Michigan EIBC

Membership in Michigan EIBC makes you part of the only trade association dedicated to and focused on the companies doing business across Michigan’s advanced energy economy, and also offers a host of other member-only benefits. 

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“DTE Energy’s Long-Term Plan Fails to Embrace the Advanced Energy Economy”

DTE Energy, the largest electric utility in Michigan, states that “creating a cleaner, healthier environment where we can all live and thrive is our highest priority.” In social media and public events, DTE broadcasts its commitment to reduce its carbon emissions by 80% by 2040, all while keeping electricity costs affordable for its 2.2 million customers. But, despite these admirable goals, as clean energy use…

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Solar Interconnection and PURPA Decisions, Energy Storage Value Streams, UP Task Force

Regulatory Actions On Solar Project Interconnection, Power Purchase Agreements  June 7 was a busy day at the Michigan Public Service Commission (MPSC), with important orders on Consumers Energy’s interconnection standards and timelines, Consumers Energy’s integrated resource plan, and issues related to PURPA. Responding to objections from Michigan EIBC and other stakeholders, the MPSC wisely decided not to waive several deadlines for the interconnection application process…

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Proposed Delay to Interconnection Timelines Threatens Advanced Energy Industry

Recently there has been an explosion in the number of project developers, homeowners, businesses, apartment buildings and others across Michigan who want to connect solar arrays to the grid. This quick growth has strained electric utilities’ abilities to process applications for interconnection for these solar projects. While some growing pains are understandable as utilities adjust to this new and dramatically higher level of interest in…

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