- August 9 technical conference will study impact of alternative fuel vehicles on state's utility infrastructure
- May 25 hearing to receive public comments on amending the Electrical Supply and Communication Lines and Associated Equipment rule
- Two informational public meetings will be held on May 8 regarding Consumers Energy's proposal dealing with early termination of its Palisades power purchase agreement
- New energy law implementation website for stakeholders available
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.
Click here to find general information about implementation tasks, staff leads for each of the tasks, implementation status updates, and ways to keep informed of stakeholder engagement opportunities.