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More than 1 million electric vehicles sold in the US Earlier this month, the United States passed an important milestone for the EV market: 1,000,000 vehicles sold. The industry is expected to grow even more rapidly in years to come, as large auto companies like General Motors and Ford bring even more attention to electric vehicles. Earlier this month, Michigan EIBC attended the Renewable Energy Buyers Alliance…
Michigan’s Distributed Generation Program grew by 28% in 2017; Michigan Energy Innovators Hall of Fame
Michigan’s Distributed Generation Program grew by 28% in 2017 This week, the Michigan Public Service Commission released its annual report on the distributed generation program and the news is positive. The number of individual installations producing electric power under Michigan’s distributed generation (DG) program grew by nearly 28 percent last year. The program’s total capacity in 2017 increased by 35 percent from the year before, to approximately…
As featured in the Grand Rapids Business Journal on October 12, 2018 - By Ehren Wynder Michigan races toward vehicle electrification Five meetings over the past year informed industry leaders of economic opportunities, benefits. More than 70 Michigan organizations convened over the past year to compile recommendations to help get Michigan first to the finish line in the race for vehicle electrification. Approximately 140 stakeholders — representing…