Understanding how energy works and how to use it efficiently and safely is key to making Michigan’s energy system work for all of us.
Michigan is on the right path to a cleaner, more sustainable energy future—one that makes sense for Michigan’s unique climate, geography, and economy.
Michigan’s most vulnerable citizens, including seniors, children, and low-income households, are the ones who have felt the most bitter sting from this year’s unprecedented cold snaps. That’s what makes energy assistance programs like the federal Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP) so important.
You’ve probably never heard of the Public Utility Regulatory Policies Act of 1978—PURPA—unless you work for the federal government or a local energy company. Even then, chances are slim that you understand this law and the substantial impact it has on energy prices for Michigan consumers.