Forum Features ‘Shines’ Solar Program

Forum Features ‘Shines’ Solar Program

Benzie County homeowners who are seriously considering adding solar panels to their homes are invited to a League of Women Voters forum highlighting a new, locally based campaign called Groundwork Shines that makes going solar easy and financially attractive.

Crowdfunding Could Brighten Michigan’s Clouded Solar Future

Crowdfunding Could Brighten Michigan’s Clouded Solar Future

Want to invest in a hot technology, earn a decent rate of return, create Michigan jobs, and battle climate change-all at the same time? Thanks to an innovative state law that allows “crowdfunded” investments by state residents in new or existing businesses, Michiganders could soon do exactly that by crowd-investing in clean energy projects, particularly solar power systems, located at certain kinds of businesses and institutions.

Say ‘Yah’ to da U.P.’s Sunshine, eh?

Say ‘Yah’ to da U.P.’s Sunshine, eh?

Abhilash Kantamneni, a Ph.D. candidate in computer science at Michigan Technological University, has an unexpected, spot-on message for Michiganders living in the cold, snowy, and, when it comes to energy costs, pricey Upper Peninsula: There is a large, untapped, economically smart opportunity to develop rooftop solar systems for homes and small businesses in the U.P.

Traverse City Solar Conference Aims to Boost Michigan Jobs

Traverse City Solar Conference Aims to Boost Michigan Jobs

The Solar Powering Michigan conference on Sept. 12 in Traverse City could be arriving at just the right time, as more lawmakers and advocates are exploring ways to make sure solar is part of Michigan’s clean energy future. Organizers say the conference is the first of its kind in Michigan and is all about creating new jobs.

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