Widespread school closures in response to the spread of COVID-19 means many kids across Michigan are now learning from home. Check out the energy games and activities below to give your young ones something fun to do while they learn more about our energy system.
Summer is heating up—which can mean higher energy use (and costs). Shutting the blinds or drawing the shades during the day can help keep your home cooler while reducing energy use and potentially lowering your bills. Learn more: https://bit.ly/2OMm0gp
Storm season has officially returned in Michigan. In the event of a major storm, be sure to unplug sensitive electronics like TVs, computers, and printers, and turn all power strips off. Doing so can help protect your household equipment from potential power surges.
ICYMI, today caps off United for Infrastructure week, which highlights the importance of infrastructure to our nation’s economy & clean energy future. Check out our blog for more about how we can #LeadWithInfrastructure https://bit.ly/3bJx4rX
For #UnitedForInfrastructureWeek, we’re taking a look at the national conversation around infrastructure & clean energy. Find out what it means for Michigan consumers, businesses & our clean energy future. Read more: https://bit.ly/3eJ0ckQ