Municipalities, school districts, hospitals can apply for free help from an energy management consultant

Rick Snyder, Governor
Anne Armstrong Cusack, Executive Director

Contact: Nick Assendelft  T: 517-284-8300
Customer Support: 800-292-9555

www.michigan.gov/energy

 

May 1, 2018  — FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Proposals due by May 18

LANSING, Mich. – The Michigan Energy Office (MEO) today announced the release of request for proposals for Michigan municipalities, school districts, and hospital systems to get free energy management consulting services.

Entities may apply to help move their financial or policy priorities forward with ideas about energy waste reduction or renewable energy. They may also apply for assistance with energy efficiency, renewable energy or energy management planning projects and priorities.

Through the MEO’s support, the Michigan Community Energy Partnership (MI-CEP) will provide three months of free energy management consulting services to eight communities in Michigan.

Projects in Rising Tide communities, communities affected by power plant closures and distressed communities will be given priority consideration.

Proposals are due by May 18.

Apply here.

For more information about MAE, please visit www.michigan.gov/energy or sign up for its listservs to keep up on MAE matters.

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