Policy

POLICY

Michigan EIBC works to build public and political support for advanced energy in Michigan. Our team offers members unmatched Michigan energy policy expertise, translating member priorities into high-level policy wins that improve the business environment for advanced energy companies in Michigan.

Experts Testify Before House Energy Committee on Electric Vehicles

The Michigan Energy Innovation Business Council (Michigan EIBC)and Clean Fuels Michigantoday testified before the House Energy Policy Committee detailing ongoing efforts to advance alternative fuel vehicles in Michigan. They were joined by officials from General Motorsand the Council on Future Mobility.

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Michigan Public Service Commission Decision Creates Barriers to Rooftop Solar in Michigan

The Michigan Energy Innovation Business Council  expressed concerns over changes to the current net metering program announced today by the Michigan Public Service Commission, which will significantly reduce compensation residents receive for generating energy from rooftop solar.

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Conveners Discuss Education at 2nd EV Convening

On Thursday, March 22, 2018, Michigan EIBC hosted its second Electric Vehicle (EV) Convening at the Michigan Saves office in Lansing, Michigan. This meeting centered around customer awareness and education.

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Michigan Energy Innovation Business Council Kicks Off Stakeholder Meetings on Electric Vehicles

The Michigan Energy Innovation Business Council (EIBC) yesterday held the first of five stakeholder meetings to advance electric vehicle charging infrastructure and address other future challenges facing the expansion of electric vehicles in Michigan.

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EIBC-Backed Bill Would Exempt DG Projects from Property Taxes

A bipartisan group of Michigan lawmakers introduced a bill last week that aims to clear up confusion over tax collections for small-scale distributed generation projects.

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MPSC Report is a Call to Action for Building on Energy Efficiency Standard

A report released today from the Michigan Public Service Commission (MPSC) shows that for every dollar spent on energy efficiency, ratepayers saved $4.35 – leading to a total of $1.08 billion in savings for 2015. Every year the MPSC files a report on the Energy Optimization Standard, highlighting ratepayer savings.

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