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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?

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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 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. 

FEATURED ARTICLES

Michigan Local Governments Embrace Energy Efficiency, Upcoming 8th Annual Energy Innovators Conference

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: Energy Efficiency Action Is Growing Among Michigan Local Governments, U of M Survey Finds Michigan local governments are pursuing energy efficiency measures, like energy audits and benchmarking, at a rate more than twice the rate 10 years ago, according to a new survey released…

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Michigan EIBC Newsletter – Jan. 10, 2020

ALJ Decision on DTE’s Resource Plan Sees Room For Improvement   DTE Energy’s integrated resource plan (IRP) will have a significant impact on the amount of renewable energy, efficiency and more components of advanced energy that Michigan’s largest utility will pursue over the foreseeable future. It was easy to miss because of the holidays, but on Dec. 23, an administrative law judge (ALJ) issued a proposal for…

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The Vital Role of Energy Storage, Energy By the Numbers

Michigan EIBC President Laura Sherman on the Vital Role of Energy Storage   Energy storage is a transformative technology, and there are reasons to expect the use of storage in Michigan to grow in coming years, Michigan EIBC President Laura Sherman writes in Greentech Media. Storage has not unleashed its full potential in Michigan, but new rules are being crafted by the Midcontinent Independent System Operator to help…

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