We’ve talked a lot about the importance of keeping Michigan running on power produced by Michiganders for Michiganders. But what does Michigan energy really mean for you? How does it power your life—at home, at work, and at play?
Over the next several weeks, AMP will be taking a look at the many ways Michigan Energy Made It by highlighting the countless daily activities, historical sites, industries, events, and attractions across our great state that are powered by electricity made in Michigan. The truth is, without Michigan power, many of the things we take for granted wouldn’t be possible.
Powering Michigan Sports
For many Michiganders, heading into fall means one thing—college football season. What better way to enjoy a brisk fall evening than getting family and friends together at Michigan Stadium. Go Blue! (Or, if you prefer, Go Green, Go White!)
From the scoreboard to the concessions, local power produced by Michigan’s energy providers helps keep Michigan’s stadiums running—which is saying a lot given that Michigan Stadium, in particular, is the largest football stadium in the United States.
Bringing together friends and family to cheer on the Wolverines or the Spartans is just one of the things Michigan energy makes possible. Stay tuned over the coming weeks as we highlight other ways local energy powers Michigan throughout the fall and all year long.