The executive order adds Michigan to a growing list of states that have set deadlines for carbon neutrality.
Consumers Energy failed to develop data and facts to justify slashing solar credits almost in half, challengers say.
How can policymakers keep this momentum behind EVs going even in the face of the current challenges?
Solar projects don’t have to be controversial if communities make the effort to engage the public in a meaningful way and develop a master plan that takes all solar-related issues and best practices into account.
Right now there is a rare opportunity to reform the system and produce lasting change that enhances reliability, writes Robert Nelson of the Citizens Utility Board of Michigan.