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    Ludington Considers Offshore Wind Energy

    Karen Singerman

    In Ludington, Michigan, a city located in close vicinity to Lake Michigan, the city Commissioners are being asked to approve a plan put forth by Scandia Wind Offshore, a wind farm ...

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    House Bill Would Amend Clean Water Act in Michigan

    Amanda Skalski

    Opinion: The House Bill No. 4472 is an amendment to the Michigan Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Act of 1994, section 3106. This section of the Act refers to enforcement of the ...

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    White Roofs Slow Global Warming and Saves Money

    Matt Grossmann

    As global warming continues to be a worldwide issue, there may be solutions other than alternative energy sources. Biodiesel, ethanol, solar panels, and wind turbines are great alternatives compared to oil ...

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    Public comment period extended for Bay County coal plant proposal

    Matt Grossmann

    The DEQ put out a press release today stating that the public comment period for Consumers Energy proposed coal-fired power plant in Bay County has been extended until May ...

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    Video from the DEQ coal permit meeting in Bay County

    Matt Grossmann

    Public comment hearings were held last week by the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality concerning an air permit requested by Consumers Energy to build a coal-fired power plant in Bay County. ...

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    What Obama's Address to Congress means for energy and Michigan

    Matt Grossmann

    President Obama listed three sectors in his congressional address last night that he will place particular emphasis on to begin turning the economy around. He laid them out in this order: ...

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    The Michigan Energy Corps wants you!

    Matt Grossmann

    Governor Granholm's State of the State address last week talked about creating the Michigan Energy Corps , a New Deal style public works program in which thousands of ...

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    Governor throws down energy gauntlet in State of State address

    Matt Grossmann

    Governor Granholm’s State of the State address Tuesday started off predictable. The three bullet pointed priorities from the first page of her speech could have fit with every single State of ...

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    House committee members announced

    Matt Grossmann

    Members of the House standing committees have been announced.

    Agriculture: Mike Simpson (D) (chair), Mike Huckleberry (D) (majority vice chair), Sharon Tyler (R) (minority vice chair), Viki Barnett (D), Jennifer ...

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    Can renewable energy jobs renew Michigan's economy?

    Matt Grossmann

    Michigan's economy is hurting pretty badly right now and it's no secret what the cause has been. Reports have put Michigan job losses at almost 500,000 since the year 2000 ...

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    Public comment period set to begin for Holland coal plant

    Matt Grossmann

    If you live in the Holland area you may want to take note that the public comment period on the Holland Board of Public Works proposed expansion of the ...

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    New in the Energy and Environment section

    Matt Grossmann

    With the official launch of the site looming near, I would like to highlight some of the material that can be found in this category as of right now: In the ...

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    Tax incentives for home energy efficiency needs improvement

    Matt Grossmann

    One of the biggest criticisms of the Renewable Portfolio Standard passed recently was that it would raise the electricity rates in the state. Supporters of the bills were quick ...

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