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|The Michigan Energy Office (MEO) promotes energy efficiency and renewable energy resource development to Michigan's residents, businesses and public institutions.
For a brief overview of our mission and programs, please click here.
|Energy Efficiency Student Internship Program The Michigan Energy Office (MEO) is accepting applications from small to medium sized companies located within the state to apply for a student intern for the summer of 2013. Applications for enrollment in the E2 Student Internship Program are due on April 15.|
|Public Process for Informing Michigan's Energy Future Kicks OffA new website, www.michigan.gov/energy, has been launched to assist Governor Snyder's efforts to gather public input on Michigan's energy future. The website is accepting comments now through April 25th, and coincides with 7 public forums that will be hosted around the state. For more information on the forums, please click here.|
To assist the policymakers who will be making decisions, commenters are encouraged to submit their factual questions, information, reports, and suggestions on what information is needed to make good energy decisions. All comments will be made available to the public for review and response. There will be specific questions in the area of renewable energy, energy efficiency, and the regulatory structure for electricity, as well as other energy topics.
For more information on the Governor's Energy and Environment message, please click here.
|Michigan Energy Office On-Going Funding Opprtunity Announcement On-going funding opportunities for the State Energy Program (SEP), Fiscal Year 2013.|
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Michigan Energy Demonstration Centers
The Michigan Energy Office currently supports eight "Michigan Energy Demonstration Centers" located throughout the State. The Michigan Energy Demonstration Centers promote energy efficiency, renewable energy, green building and sustainable living solutions for Michigan residents and businesses.|
|About UsProgram activities are designed to encourage the use of new technologies and alternative fuels in buildings, industrial processes,vehicles and in power generation. Program objectives are advanced through a variety of services, including information dissemination, technical assistance, financial assistance and demonstration projects. The primary funding source for Michigan Energy Office (MEO) activities is the U.S. Department of Energy. The MEO operates within the Michigan Strategic Fund, a unit of the Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC).|