- New energy law implementation website for stakeholders available
- MPSC directs Consumers Energy Company and DTE Electric Company to make filings related to the establishment of a State Reliability Mechanism
- MPSC issues 2016 annual report
The report is a summary of Commission activities and may include rules, opinions, and orders promulgated or entered by the Commission during the calendar year covered by the report, as well as any other noteworthy information that the Commission deems appropriate.
- Charter Communications now offering low-cost broadband service for eligible low-income customers, including seniors for first time in Michigan
- New study finds electrical reliability standards will be met if Lower Peninsula's planned projects are completed
Public Acts 341 and 342 were passed on December 15, 2016, and signed by Governor Rick Snyder on December 21, 2016. PA 341 updates Michigan’s energy laws relating to utility rate cases, electric choice, certificate of necessity, and electric capacity resource adequacy, and establishes an integrated resource planning process. PA 342 updates Michigan’s energy laws relating to renewable energy, energy waste reduction, and distributed generation, and allows utilities to implement on-bill financing programs. The laws take effect on April 20, 2017.
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