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Responsible Regulation

Responsible regulation ensures energy remains reliable, affordable, and sustainable for all Michigan homes, businesses, and communities.

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Reliable Renewables

Renewable energy is important to Michigan’s energy future and can be integrated into our energy system in ways that benefit all consumers without putting reliability at risk.

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Sustainable Energy Assistance

Wise use of Michigan’s energy assistance resources will help more low-income Michiganders break negative cycles and become truly self-sufficient.

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Stronger Energy System

Nearly everything about how we produce, deliver, and consume energy is changing to better meet Michiganders’ needs in both the short and long term.

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Politics of Energy

Smart energy policy is driven by policymakers who recognize keeping our energy supply reliable, affordable, and sustainable is vital to Michigan’s energy and economic future.

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Energy 101

Energy efficiency is a vital component of Michigan’s energy future, helping improve reliability, control consumer costs, and reduce the overall strain on our energy system.

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Energy Activities

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.

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Stay out of flooded areas if you see water around electrical outlets, furnaces, or other appliances. Water and moisture conduct electricity, so coming into contact with it could lead to a serious or even fatal injury.

Check out what energy policy issues are heating up in Lansing and how they could impact our clean energy future. Read more: https://bit.ly/3h8Zi28

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

In the event of a major storm that could disrupt power, it helps to have extra batteries or portable chargers on hand for flashlights, radios, small appliances, phones, and other devices.

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.

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