Presentation at Asthma Initiative of Michigan’s Partnership Forum

On June 6, 2017, 5 Lakes Energy Senior Consultant, Laura Sherman, spoke at the Asthma Initiative of Michigan’s 2017 Partnership Forum about outdoor air pollution and human health. Air pollution from sources including coal-fired power plants and vehicles impacts human health across Michigan. For example, particulates, nitrogen oxides, and asthma exacerbate respiratory distress among the…

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5 Lakes Energy Becomes a Certified B Corporation

It’s official! 5 Lakes Energy is now a Certified B Corporation. Reaching this important milestone reinforces our firm’s ongoing commitment to the “triple bottom line” – a measure of sustainability that includes financial, social and environmental measures. We join nearly 2,000 companies worldwide across 130 different industries in the rapidly growing Certified B Corporation, or…

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Michigan energy policy package contains important provisions for combined heat and power (CHP)

This post was originally published by the Great Plains Institute at: http://www.betterenergy.org/MI_CHP After nearly two years of hearings, countless substitute bills, and intense negotiations the Michigan legislature finally approved two pieces of legislation that overhaul and update Michigan’s energy policy. Much has already been written about the larger elements of the legislation – increasing the renewable…

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