The order comes as newly released documents point to a larger role on legislative matters for the former utilities commission chair.
The federally funded Michigan-to-Montana Alternative Fuel Corridor has coordinated electric vehicle charging and compressed natural gas fueling stations along the corridor.
Campaign finance records show an uptick in activity as lawmakers challenged a critic of the utility industry’s agenda.
The MPSC’s order on distribution system planning is the perfect opportunity to make sure Michigan does not get left behind, writes Laura Sherman, of the Michigan Energy Innovation Business Council.
The final incentives from the state’s 2017 Future Energy Jobs Act were awarded on Monday as solar developers plead for a legislative fix next month.