Ten percent of Michigan’s power will come from renewable sources by the end of this year. For a small Lake Michigan community, though, that’s not enough.
The Midwest is a hot spot for Clean Energy Funds, and a Cleveland ice cream business is among the beneficiaries.
A new transmission line will open up a wind-power bottleneck in Michigan’s Thumb, an area with some of the strongest energy potential in the eastern U.S.
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