Our Renewable Energy Future

A conversation with energetic Skip Pruss Patrick Sullivan – December 30th, 2013   Published in the Northern Express at:  http://www.northernexpress.com/michigan/article-6199-our-renewable-future.html Stanley “Skip” Pruss is an advocate of renewable energy with an impressive résumé — he served as director of the Department of Environmental Quality under Gov. Granholm. Later, in her administration, Pruss was director of…

Energy Innovators Awards Gala

Join Mi-EIBC for a night of networking, awards and discussion on Michigan’s advanced energy future! Keynote Speaker: Jigar Shah, founder of SunEdison, the world’s largest solar services company, and now consultant and author. Monday, October 28, 2013 6 PM Reception, 7 PM Dinner Kellogg Center, Big 10 Room B, 219 S. Harrison Rd., East Lansing, MI Mi-EIBC’s first annual fundraising gala…

Mi-EIBC Michigan Energy Innovators Gala

Join Mi-EIBC for a night of networking, awards and discussion on Michigan’s advanced energy future! Mi-EIBC’s first annual fundraising gala pays tribute to Michigan innovators and products that are “Made in Michigan.” Register today at: miinnovators.eventbrite.com Kellogg Center Big Ten Room B 219 S Harrison Rd. East Lansing, MI October 28, 2013 6:00 pm Reception…

Michigan Interfaith Power & Light 2013 Sustainability Conference

SUSTAINABILTY STRATEGIES FOR PEOPLE, PROFIT, & PLANET 9th Annual Conference A collaborative conference presented by Michigan Interfaith Power & Light and Lawrence Tech’s Center for Sustainability September 27-28, 2013   Attendee Registration Now Open Keynotes Announced!   Terry Gips, CEO, Sustainability Associates – see full bio William Spratley, Exec. Director, Green Energy Ohio – see full bio     This conference…

Michigan Energy Forum

Program Format Beginning at 5:00pm is a networking portion that lasts until about 5:20pm.  At that time the moderator, a member of the steering committee will invite up to four co-panelists to each give a presentation on the monthly topic until about 6:00pm. After the presentations there will be an interactive question and answer session with…

What We Are Reading this Week – Changing Utility Models Plus Solar Equals Comments from FERC Chair Wellinghoff

It is getting late on a Labor Day Friday but I wanted to chime in before I check out on What We Are Reading this week at 5 Lakes Energy: Here is a great Friday blog by Advanced Energy Economy on the coming challenges to the traditional utility model as solar decreases in cost. http://blog.aee.net/news-utilities–are-they-dinosaurs-telecoms-or-in-transition?utm_source=hs_email&utm_medium=email&utm_content=10140526&_hsenc=p2ANqtz-_1bB17ewITrWLps-6o0BFZGHthEPEZTqJjvDgi73oCCCNsWh-5wIZ5von8cfLavwwvPyHI59bgO0my5vGdKL8VrxXu4Q&_hsmi=10140526…