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Here’s good news: Your energy costs could go down this year.

There could be good news ahead for Michigan energy consumers. We’ve already experienced the first taste of winter, but more moderate temperatures are forecast to return and—best of all—natural gas costs are predicted to fall once again this year, just as they have since 2008.

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Michigan’s utilities are leading the charge in the transition to electric vehicles. Consumers Energy and DTE Energy are offering $23 million in rebates for public fast charging stations and Level 2 chargers for homes, workplaces and multifamily housing. https://t.co/P4Q91FaLam

Here’s an energy efficiency tip for Thanksgiving: Extra guests (and the heat from your oven) mean your home may be warmer than normal. Turning down your thermostat will help save energy and keep your guests comfortable. #HolidayEnergyEfficiency

Who knew something as simple as your curtains or blinds could help you save on your winter energy bills? On sunny days, keep them pulled back to let in the sun’s natural warmth. When the sun goes down, cover your windows to keep heat in for longer. #WinterEnergyEfficiency

Podcast: WJR’s Frank Beckmann interviews former MPSC Commissioner Steven Transeth on how local energy providers like DTE develop their IRPs to maintain reliable, affordable, clean energy for all Michiganders. You can listen here https://t.co/VskJVXjA2e

Typically, utility workers come to your door only if there is a pre-arranged appointment or in response to an emergency or power outage. If a “utility worker” shows up out of the blue, don't let them in and call your utility company. Get more tips here: https://t.co/z5awnrwmAB

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