In 2008, Michigan passed the Clean, Renewable and Efficient Energy Act (Public Act 295), which set goals for Michigan to become more energy efficient and increase its use of renewable energy. Unfortunately, despite the success of PA 295, the policy has recently come under legislative threat. To make Michigan a leader in the growing clean energy industry, elected leaders must protect our current energy legislation and seek avenues to make further energy efficiency and renewable energy advancements in Michigan. Doing so will save consumers money, create in-state jobs, and improve the the health of Michigan families
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