UP Energy Task Force
The UP Energy Task Force (UPETF) was created by Executive Order No. 2019-14. The charge to the Task Force according to section 2(a) of the Executive Order is to:
- Assess the UP’s overall energy needs and how they are currently being met.
- Formulate alternative solutions for meeting the UP’s energy needs, with a focus on security, reliability, affordability, and environmental soundness. This shall include, but is not limited to, alternative means to supply the energy sources currently used by UP residents, and alternatives to those energy sources.
- Identify and evaluate potential changes that could occur to energy supply and distribution in the UP; the economic, environmental, and other impacts of such changes; and the alternatives for meeting the UP’s energy needs in response to such changes.
Monday, April 13, 2020
10 a.m. to Noon
Meeting via Microsoft Teams
The UP Energy Task Force will hold a special meeting on Monday, April 13, 2020, from 10 a.m. to noon EDT, in order to consider public comments submitted by April 6 at 5 p.m. regarding the Draft of the UP Energy Task Force Committee Recommendations Part 1 - Propane Supply.
+1 248-509-0316 United States, Pontiac (Toll)
Conference ID: 318 558 797#
DRAFT RECOMMENDATIONS AND APPENDICES; How to Comment
The Draft of the UP Energy Task Force Committee Recommendations: Part 1 - Propane Supply has been posted. Public comments on the draft recommendations will be accepted through April 6. Public comments can be submitted by email at EGLE-UPEnergy@Michigan.gov or by U.S. mail at the following address:
Dept. of Environment Great Lakes and Energy
Attn: James Clift, Deputy Director
PO Box 30473
Lansing, MI 48909-7973
- Appendices I - III DRAFT
- While the draft recommendations are being shared for public comment, the appendices to the draft recommendations are not subject to change.
Please send your comments regarding the work of the UP Energy Task Force to: EGLE-UPEnergy@Michigan.gov
Comments submitted via the above email address will be shared with all UP Energy Task Force members. Comments submitted will become part of the public record and subject to Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests.