Techniques, initiatives, education and planning
Solar gardens allow WMU, GVSU to further sustainability missions.
(As seen on WZZM TV 13) Solar power is growing in West Michigan thanks to two solar gardens that began operating this year. Read More
Proposed energy bills could greatly affect state’s electric choice market.
Michigan still is awaiting an energy plan, and a recent announcement by Gov. Rick Snyder that discussions between the State of Michigan and the Midcontinent Independent System Operator have produced “a framework that facilitates a state approach for establishing adequate electrical resources to meet reliability requirements,” isn’t putting everyone at ease. Read More
A pair of organizations in the region have been named winners in a statewide awards program that celebrates energy innovation. Read More
Mackinac Technology partners with Calvin College, others on energy-efficient coverings.
A technology firm is looking to make commercial and residential buildings more sustainable by developing a window system that will keep hot and cold air from escaping. Read More
Downstream vs. upstream is the first decision that will have to be made.
When the United States signed the Paris Agreement on April 22, it joined 176 states and the European Union in making a commitment to hold the increase of planetary warming to 2 degrees Celsius or less. Read More
Project should be final piece needed to remove the lake from the areas of concern list.
The restoration of Muskegon Lake is worth millions. Read More