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.
Michiganders can access renewable energy in just a few clicks through innovative clean energy programs like Consumers Energy’s Solar Gardens and DTE Energy’s MIGreenPower. These programs make it easy to be part of our state's efforts to reach net zero. https://bit.ly/3nJK72L
It will take a lot of hard work, collaboration, and innovation to reach net zero by 2050. See what innovative solutions some local industries, companies, and educators are coming up with to help us get there. https://bit.ly/3bSWXVT
The MI Community Solar education campaign is highlighting local energy providers' efforts to advance renewable energy across the state—including low-income communities—through programs like Consumers Energy's Solar Gardens and DTE Energy's MIGreenPower. https://bit.ly/3BI2t8e
From one turbine in 1996 to the largest source of renewable energy in the state, wind power has come a long way in Michigan. The largest wind park in the state just opened earlier this year, capable of powering 121,000+ homes/year. Learn more: https://bit.ly/3BGCj5L