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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.

Universal Solar

Universal solar projects generate power on a much larger scale than private solar panels, providing a more cost-effective, practical, and environmentally friendly way to deliver solar power to more Michigan communities.

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Wind Power

Wind power is on the rise in Michigan as technology makes it more effective, efficient, and environmentally friendly than ever before.

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