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University offering scholarships to utility employees

April 29, 2019
A university and utility have partnered to offer employee scholarships. Read More

Report discloses how much toxic coal ash utilities produce

State’s largest energy suppliers already have begun to phase out coal in favor of natural gas.

January 4, 2019
Michigan electric utilities in 2016 generated nearly 1.5 million tons of coal ash, a waste material that can threaten water with arsenic, lead and mercury, according to a recent report. Read More

Downtown museum producing Legacy Awards Gala

November 6, 2018
A museum downtown is honoring a group of community leaders at a gala this week. Read More

Experts eye benefits of clean fuels

The Rapid is among many organizations using or working toward alternative fuel technologies.

October 19, 2018
Alternative fuel experts from across Michigan joined Clean Fuels Michigan for a clean mobility expo last week at The Rapid’s new compressed natural gas fueling station, to demonstrate how alternative fuel technologies currently are being utilized. Read More

Michigan races toward vehicle electrification

Five meetings over the past year informed industry leaders of economic opportunities, benefits.

October 12, 2018
More than 70 Michigan organizations convened over the past year to compile recommendations to help get Michigan first to the finish line in the race for vehicle electrification. Read More

GR partners on energy, sustainability efforts

City collaborating with committees comprised of local businesses, nonprofits, educational and government institutions.

September 7, 2018
The city of Grand Rapids is partnering with business and community leaders on its recent energy and sustainability efforts. Read More

DTE promises to be a major jobs supplier

Utility company wants to direct high school, college students to jobs in energy field.

November 18, 2016
(As seen on WZZM TV 13) DTE Energy is making an appeal to high school and college students to come work for the utility after completing their education. Read More

Utilities say energy bills will keep the lights on

June 10, 2016
Utility companies say a pair of energy bills that have garnered widespread criticism from the business, environmental, education and health communities is necessary to keep the lights on in Michigan. Read More

Consumers also investing big at Ludington

October 24, 2014
Consumers Energy is spending about $400 million at the Ludington Pumped Storage facility a couple miles south of Ludington on Lake Michigan. Read More