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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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Michigan EIBC applauds appointment of Tremaine Phillips to the Michigan Public Service Commission

LANSING – The Michigan Energy Innovation Business Council (Michigan EIBC) today issued the following statement regarding Governor Whitmer’s announcement that Tremaine Phillips will serve as the newest Commissioner on the Michigan Public Service Commission. “We applaud Governor Whitmer’s appointment of Tremaine Phillips as a Commissioner on the Michigan Public Service Commission,” said Dr. Laura Sherman, President of Michigan EIBC. “Tremaine is an attorney with strong expertise in advanced…

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8th EV Convening, ITC on Federal Transmission Policy, New DTE Rate Case

8th EV Convening Drives Conversation on Electric Vehicles in Low and Moderate Income CommunitiesOn July 11, Michigan EIBC held the 8th in its series of EV convenings, which bring together stakeholders from utilities, universities, government, developers and more to discuss electric vehicles and the policy environment affecting them. This convening was sponsored by the Michigan Energy Office.Previous convenings have focused on topics like rate design and deployment of…

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Happy Independence Day, Grid Resiliency and Reliability, EV Convening

A Happy Independence Day for Renewables We hope the Michigan advanced energy industry has a fun 4th of July!  You all certainly have earned a break. The work of companies like Michigan EIBC members to expand renewable energy has led to a significant milestone: In April, renewable sources provided 23% of U.S. electricity generation, compared to 20% from coal. According to the U.S. Energy Information Administration,…

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