Responsible Regulation

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

Responsible Regulation Protects Michigan

Policy decisions at all levels of government impact the way we produce, distribute, and use energy.

Responsible regulation provides a framework for energy companies, businesses, and communities to work together to secure Michigan’s energy future.

Powering Michigan, Responsibly

  • Reliability – Ensuring there is enough energy capacity to meet the needs of all Michigan energy consumers
  • Affordability – Maintaining a flexible, cost-effective mix of resources and technologies to help keep costs low and stable for consumers
  • Sustainability – Integrating renewable and clean energy into our energy mix in ways that protect reliability and affordability while making our energy supply cleaner for the long term
  • Fairness – Ensuring our state’s energy polices treat all consumers equally and all Michiganders benefit from the investments we make in our energy system

Michigan has a strong framework in place for achieving all of these energy goals. Now our task is to build on that framework in ways that will meet consumers’ needs in both the short and long term. AMP will continue advocating for smart energy policy decisions out of Lansing to keep energy safe, reliable, affordable, and sustainable for everyone.


Showing Some Love for Michigan Communities

Aside from delivering reliable, affordable, and increasingly clean power for Michigan homes, businesses, and industries, one of the most important things our local energy providers do is support local communities across the state through a number of civic engagement and community development projects.


Updating our Energy Infrastructure

Just below our feet runs a complex network of pipelines that make up our natural gas infrastructure. These natural gas pipes deliver clean, affordable energy to Michigan homes and businesses 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.


Charged Up and Ready to Go

With recent investments from the Big Three automakers, Michigan is set to lead the country in the development of electric vehicles (EVs). By some estimates, up to 36 percent of the vehicles on Michigan roads will be EVs by 2030.