Michigan propane users are being encouraged to prepare for winter now, to make it more comfortable for themselves during the actual winter season.
Traverse City Light and Power has an offer on the table from a private company to purchase the city-owned utility.
Solar and wind power often get attention, but another alternative power source has officials looking in the woods.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture is funding a program to improve diversity in biomass crops. The feds want to encourage things like poplar trees or certain types of grasses; Crops other than corn or soybeans which are already commonly used by power plants to create clean energy. Read more
A Georgia-based solar company plans to bring over 300 jobs to the Mid Michigan region.
Officials said the solar manufacturing company, Suniva, has started construction of a new facility in Saginaw. Read more
The last two weeks have been good for the wallets of residents traveling in Michigan.
Travel officials say Michigan ranked first in the nation for the largest weekly decrease in gas prices. Read more
After this long holiday weekend, come Monday, State officials will be ready to hit the ground running looking into pipelines in Michigan.
The Michigan Court of Appeals says state regulators were correct to deny a drilling permit to developers who want to put oil wells on private land surrounded by a state forest.
Officials are offering tips on how to take small, important steps that save energy, and money. Read more
Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette says an energy company cheated northern Michigan landowners out of oil and gas lease payments as part of a scheme to shut out its competitors.
The Environmental Protection Agency Monday released what it is calling a “clean power plan,” calling for a thirty percent reduction of carbon emissions by 2030.