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Steve Transeth: Deregulation not the answer

Crain’s Detroit Business recently wrote about the debate over electric deregulation in Michigan. Steve Transeth, senior policy director for the Michigan Jobs and Energy Coalition was quoted extensively throughout the article as an expert on electric regulation. Transeth, a former independent appointee to the Michigan Public Service Commission, was quoted in the piece as saying: “Increasing the cap could also worsen service …

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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.

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Statewide energy survey shows utility customers prefer rate stability over risky market speculation

Statewide energy survey shows utility customers prefer rate stability over risky market speculation TargetPoint poll indicates nearly 80 percent of respondents are opposed to additional deregulation of Michigan’s electric industry LANSING, Mich. – Michigan residents confirmed their overwhelming preference for stability and reliability in the electric industry, according to a recent poll of 895 registered voters conducted by TargetPoint Consulting …

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