Michigan

Michigan Public Service Commission Issues Summer Energy Appraisal

The summer energy appraisal provides a highlighted overview regarding the projected prices of energy in Michigan over the winter months. Contact:  Judy PalnauAgency:  Michigan Public Service Commission May 23, 2014 – The Michigan Public Service Commission (MPSC) today released the “Michigan Energy Appraisal: Summer 2014.” The demand for energy in Michigan is projected to increase across all…

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Michigan Directs Natural Gas Utilities to Create a Gas Choice Price Comparison Website

The state Public Utility Commission of Michigan seeks to develop a natural gas rate comparison website to further assist  consumers shop for their energy.   Michigan Public Service Commission Contact: Judy Palnau March 18, 2014 – The Michigan Public Service Commission (MPSC) today directed four Michigan natural gas utilities to participate in a collaborative proceeding dealing…

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In Michigan – You could choose your own power company under new legislation

Michigan debates on whether to deregulate the electricity market for homes and businesses, which would empower them to shop for their energy. Michigan Radio Contact: Lester Graham Michigan could deregulate the electricity market, allowing people to choose where they buy electricity. In downtown Frankenmuth there are two very popular restaurants: the Frankenmuth Bavarian Inn and right across…

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Our view: Open up the energy field in Michigan

Gov. Rick Snyder’s “no regrets” energy vision for Michigan includes the type of thinking that just might carry the state forward to a more secure energy future. It didn’t include, however, any pledge to make the energy marketplace in Michigan more competitive by opening up the field to other producers. Snyder’s vision does include reducing…

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Debate on Michigan retail electric shopping cap continues

Advocates and opponents of energy choice continue the discussion of whether to deregulate the state of Michigan’s electricity market. The Baltimore Sun Written by Jamie Smith Hopkins The back-and-forth between advocates and opponents of lifting a cap on the number of customers allowed to pick a competitive electric supplier in Michigan continues, as comments to…

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