An infusion of public and private funds is helping to expand the state’s network of public fast charging stations.
State regulators recently extended a DTE Energy program that allows customers to pay extra for renewable gas offsets.
Supporters split the bipartisan proposals into separate bills this session in hopes of overcoming opposition.
Dana Nessel backed an appeal arguing the arrangement is a conflict of interest, calling the contracts a “reckless gamble with ratepayer money.”
DTE’s recent IRP proposal could better embrace innovation in the advanced energy industry, writes Laura Sherman at the Michigan Energy Innovation Business Council. Here’s how.