State energy officials have announced they have concerns about access to energy for Michigan consumers over the next five years
But among energy providers there is debate about what exactly the problem is – or if there is a problem at all.
The state is asking for public comment on how to get more households on power saving plans with their electric company.
Those plans are called Demand Response Programs.
Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette this month released his list of the top ten Consumer Complaints. Continue reading
Aerial view of downed trees at Skegernog point. Photo courtesy of the Coast Guard.
Roughly 3,000 northern Michigan residents are still without power Thursday afternoon following Sunday’s severe weather event.
This is down from over 150,000 who initially lost power during the storm.
Ever wonder what it takes to get that gallon of milk or loaf of bread to your supermarket? Continue reading
This holiday season you might notice new fact sheets and posters where alcohol is sold.
The Michigan Liquor Control Commission has introduced a new section of their website aimed at curbing underage and excessive drinking. Continue reading