25 x '25: Creating a new renewable energy standard for Michigan
May 22, 2012
The Michigan Energy, Michigan Jobs coalition wants to increase the state’s renewable energy standard to 25 percent by 2025.
That would mean that a quarter of all the energy used in Michigan would come from renewable sources like the wind and sun. The coalition is trying to collect enough signatures to put the issue before voters in November. They'll need to collect a minimum of 322,609 valid signatures by July 9th, 2012. Organizers say their goal is to turn in 500,000 signatures.
And, interestingly enough, the proposal is getting support from both Democrats and Republicans.
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including comments by MEC Policy Director James Clift, at
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