Michigan Agency for Energy forecasts sufficient electric supplies this summer;
here are 5 ways you can save on your energy bills
As Michiganders turn up their air conditioners to take the bite out of warmer temperatures, they can expect a reliable supply of electricity to keep their units humming, according to this year’s Summer Energy Appraisal by the Michigan Agency for Energy. Electricity demand and consumption are expected to be down slightly. To take some of the strain off your power bills this summer, the Agency offers some tips on how to keep electricity costs down when the thermometer level goes up. The appraisal also forecasts slightly higher gasoline and diesel fuel prices compared to last summer.
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Michigan Agency for Energy
The Michigan Agency for Energy’s (MAE) mission is to advance an adaptable, affordable, reliable, and environmentally-protective energy future for Michigan. Our work focuses on several areas:
- LED Exterior Lighting Rebate Program
The Michigan Energy Office (MEO) is offering rebates to eligible applicants to upgrade existing public exterior lighting with light emitting diode (LED) lights.
- Michigan QECB Allocation RFA posted
MAE has posted a Request for Applications (RFA) for state Qualified Energy Conservation Bond (QECB) allocations. QECB allocations lower financing costs for energy efficiency and renewable energy projects.
- Report To The Legislature
Review of Policies Relating to Carbon Dioxide Capture from Industrial Sources and the Use and Sequestration of Captured Carbon Dioxide in Enhanced Oil Recovery.
- The Michigan Energy Office has issued a Request for Information for new programs
- Electrify America - A Partnership with Michigan
Michigan partners join forces to submit an integrated vision for electric vehicle infrastructure and mobility support in response to the Volkswagen Group of America’s Electrify America RFP.
- Traverse City's first building operator certification training program features deeply discounted tuition of only $300 for public building operators
- Michigan-based company helping Great Lakes Water Authority identify big potential savings for residents by targeting energy waste reduction
- Line 5 alternatives draft report available for public review
- Spots still available for Upper Peninsula's first-ever Building Operator Certification training program