Groups representing various sectors of the economy, government and environmentalists debated the future of Michigan’s energy policy and what it could mean for business — and residents. The discussions — which were sponsored by E2 — focused on how energy policy can improve the environment and the economy, as groups with various perspectives sought common ground.
Officials from DTE, Domino’s Farms and Ann Arbor Township showcased Tuesday what they touted as the the state’s largest solar array — for now. End-to-end, the panels could cover the University of Michigan’s football field and then some. Even larger projects are planned to open this year and next in Michigan.
Michigan utilities, businesses and advocacy groups on Tuesday responded positively to Gov. Rick Snyder’s intent to implement a state-based carbon reduction policy to comply with the federal Clean Power Plan.