Nearly everything about how we produce, deliver, and consume energy is changing to better meet Michiganders’ needs in both the short and long term.
Generating and transmitting electricity is a complicated process that requires careful calibration. Among many factors, energy has to be generated at the precise moment you want to use it. That means the more people who are trying to use energy at the same time (demand), the more difficult it is to supply—and that can increase the cost.
States like Michigan that use a variety of energy sources are best positioned to meet these goals.