MI Governor’s Energy Listening Session

Last Friday the dates for the Governor’s Energy Listening Sessions and the website for tracking was launched.  This is an excellent opportunity to share perspectives on clean energy.  Please take the time to look at the website http://michigan.gov/energy and consider participating in the following events. Expect more information soon from 5 Lakes about how we are participating. The public…

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Pew Delivers Clean Energy Recommendations to Administration and Congress

“Industry is telling us in no uncertain terms that the United States needs to adopt clear, consistent, long-term energy policies that allow American businesses to thrive, make our country more energy secure, and advance environmental imperatives,” said Phyllis Cuttino, director of Pew’s Clean Energy Program. “Our research shows that there is a multi-trillion-dollar opportunity in the clean…

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Forum: Clean energy vital for lake

Originally published here http://record-eagle.com/opinion/x2076996219/Forum-Clean-energy-vital-for-lakes By Stanley “Skip” Pruss On Nov. 6, voters will determine whether Michigan takes full advantage of a rare, golden opportunity to secure new investment, build new infrastructure, create jobs and enhance health and the environment for its citizens. Proposal 3, aka “25 x 25,” would increase Michigan’s clean energy standard to require…

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Investing in More Efficient Vehicles: A forum on fuel economy and innovation

Please join the Pew Clean Energy Program for a discussion on how innovation in the automotive industry will help vehicle manufacturers meet new fuel efficiency standards of 54.5 miles per gallon by 2025. Increasing fuel economy will save consumers money, attract investment in advanced technologies, reduce dependence on foreign oil, and enhance national security. WHERE:…

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