Michigan Energy Deregulation Facts


All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘2008 energy law’

Regulatory certainty leads to one billion dollar investment in Ludington

You can see the direct impact of the 2008 energy law on the shores of Lake Michigan in Ludington. Thanks to the certainty created by the law, Michigan’s electricity providers have invested over one billion dollars in the Ludington area since 2008, which helps support the local economy and create jobs.

Read More

Now is not the time to roll the dice and experiment with a quick-fix scheme

by Pat Devlin, Secretary-Treasurer of the Michigan Building and Construction Trades Council In case you missed it, there was good news on the Michigan jobs front this week: for the second year in a row, industrial employment in Michigan posted a gain according to the 2013 Michigan Manufacturers Directory, an industrial directory published annually by Manufacturers’ News Inc. in Evanston, …

Read More

Michigan Chamber: responsible regulation is the best and proven approach

by Jim Holcomb Senior Vice President and General Counsel, Michigan Chamber of Commerce The future of Michigan’s energy policy – as has been discussed over the past several months at public forums across the state – is something all residents of this great state should be aware of, even though we often take our electricity for granted. Sound energy policy is foundational …

Read More