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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 on current energy news and policies 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 who are growing the advanced energy economy.

"We have been a member of Michigan EIBC for several years. In addition to the policy information and support, our membership has led to several business opportunities which resulted in completed energy projects.”
Kevin O'Connell, Michigan CAT
"From legislative and regulatory advocacy to business development opportunities, Michigan EIBC engages with a wide array of stakeholders to turn goals into policies that promote a robust clean energy economy in Michigan.”
Danielle Changala, Ranger Power
“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
"We are a member of Michigan EIBC because it is the absolute best way to stay on top of what is happening in the state. The advanced energy industry is ever-changing, and Michigan EIBC asks the right questions and provides us with much-needed answers.”
Erin Kricher, Invenergy
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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. 

FEATURED ARTICLES

Dispelling Renewable Energy Myths, EV Convening and More

Welcome to the weekly newsletter of the Michigan Energy Innovation Business Council (Michigan EIBC), the business voice for advanced energy in Michigan. Here’s what’s new this week: Dispelling Myths About Renewable Energy, the Crisis in Texas and Lessons for Michigan Following the crisis in Texas, there has been misleading information that attempts to pin the blame on renewable energy. As much as the evidence of what generation sources were…

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We’re Hiring a Director of Membership and Development

The Michigan Energy Innovation Business Council (Michigan EIBC) and Institute for Energy Innovation (IEI) are  hiring a full-time membership management/development expert to support our expanding work. Collectively, Michigan EIBC and IEI are the voice of the advanced energy industry in Michigan, representing  more than 120 member companies to policy makers, convening thought leaders and experts, crafting  legislation/regulations, educating the public, and providing networking opportunities. Michigan…

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Hearing on Distributed Generation Legislation, Fair Enforcement of PURPA and More

Welcome to the weekly newsletter of the Michigan Energy Innovation Business Council (Michigan EIBC), the business voice for advanced energy in Michigan. Here’s what’s new this week: At Legislative Hearing for New DG Cap Bill, Michigan EIBC Explains that the Urgency Remains Mark Hagerty, Michigan EIBC Board Member and president of Michigan EIBC member Michigan Solar Solutions, Michigan EIBC President Laura Sherman and several others testified at a Michigan…

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