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Energy Transition Impact Project
Energy Transition Impact Project (ETIP)
As Michigan continues the long-term transition toward a cleaner energy future, the Energy Transition Impact Project (ETIP) was established to bring all levels of government and the financial resources to these efforts to ensure the people of these communities chart a new course that will help them thrive in new and innovative ways.
Treasury will partner with impacted communities to help them implement a comprehensive playbook to maintain critical services when faced with the closure of energy facilities.
The playbook will contain strategies to assist each community in offsetting losses of existing facilities while developing new opportunities for growth and development.
Many communities in Michigan have suffered due to the impacts of industrial changes through the years. ETIP allows us to take a proactive, partnership approach to help our communities plan for change and thrive through the transition.
As our sources of energy change, we will see new opportunities for skilled workers, and we have many tools available to help Michiganders get the skills and training they need to be successful in new and different jobs.