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    The Michigan Agency for Energy advocates for a safe, reliable, and affordable "no regrets" energy future for Michigan in collaboration with stakeholders within and outside of state government.

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  • What's Michigan's Winter Energy Outlook? Increased Demand, Stable Prices

    Energy use in Michigan this winter likely will increase, according to the Michigan Agency for Energy’s annual Winter Energy Appraisal, with higher demand for natural gas, propane, electricity, gasoline, and distillate – primarily used to produce diesel fuel. Homeowners who use natural gas for heat – about 77 percent of Michigan households -- can expect their heating costs to decrease while those who use propane – 8 percent of households -- and heating oil can expect increased demand and slightly higher prices.

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Pipeline Safety Advisory Board

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    One of the recommendations of the 2015 Michigan Petroleum Pipeline Task Force Report was to create a continuing informational website regarding petroleum pipelines. This site provides information, resources, and opportunities for public participation. It's main focus is the activities of the Michigan Pipeline Safety Advisory Board.

    Michigan Petroleum Pipelines

Emergency Preparedness

  • Being prepared for an energy emergency or outage helps to keep our families safe and warm and our transportation running, as well as maintaining operations for Michigan’s businesses. MAE is primarily responsible for recommending declarations of energy emergencies to the governor, and also partners with a number of agencies, including the Michigan state police, to respond to all emergencies that have energy-related components.

    Emergency Preparedness

Volkswagen Settlement

  • Volkswagen

    Michigan is participating in developing programs funded by settlement approved by the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California regarding Volkswagen falsifying diesel emission test results for 475,000 vehicles. The $14.7 billion settlement set aside $1.2 billion for zero emission vehicle competitive projects.

    Volkswagen Settlement


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