IEI Research and Reports

Research and Reports

Barriers to Advanced Energy in Michigan

Barriers to Advanced Energy in Michigan is the first comprehensive attempt to identify and catalog the many obstacles that impede the adoption of advanced energy technologies and business models in Michigan.

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Systems Benefits of Advanced Energy in Michigan

Michigan EIBC and IEI's presentation to Governor Snyder's energy listening session in Detroit highlighted the system benefits of advanced energy in Michigan, as well as identifying market barriers to energy innovation.

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Economic Benefits of Advanced Energy in Michigan

Michigan EIBC and IEI’s presentation to Governor Snyder’s energy listening session in Grand Rapids highlighted the economic benefits of advanced energy in Michigan, as well as how costs of renewable energy are rapidly falling.

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Readying Michigan to Make Good Energy Decisions

This white paper summarizes issues legislators should consider in making good energy decisions, and builds off research developed by the Institute for Energy Innovation (IEI) during the recently completed data gathering process called for in Governor Snyder’s November 2012 energy message.

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Energy Efficiency in Michigan

A May 2012 report documents how manufacturing relating to Michigan’s energy efficiency sector will add $2.3 billion in economic activity by 2015.

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Michigan’s Advanced Energy Manufacturing Sector

Manufacturing of wind components, solar energy, methane digesters, advanced batteries and other advanced energy technologies adds $4.9 billion each year to the Michigan economy, according to a February 2012 report.

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