Michigan: Next phase of EGLE's MI Community Solar program to launch this fall
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 October 9, 2020

Energy Efficiency day was Wednesday, and it highlighted the benefits of energy waste reduction. The Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy's (EGLE) Energy Services has numerous energy-saving grant programs. EGLE has featured energy efficiency tips and program information every day this week.

Learn more about Energy Efficiency Day. Share your tips and information on social media using the hashtag #EEDay2020.

Today's Energy Efficiency Tip

After energy efficiency upgrades, the next step to clean energy is through renewable energy, and community solar allows access for all regardless of income.

Today's Featured Energy Services Funding Opportunity

Energy Services, in partnership with the Department of Health and Human Services and a local Community Action Agency, is working with an investor owned utility on a sustainable low-to-moderate income community solar model to be rolled out this fall. This Phase III of the MI Community Solar program will work to address low-income energy challenges and provide access to alternative clean energy that participants might not have otherwise.

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Here to Help

Energy Services is committed to promoting healthy communities, economic growth and environmental sustainability through energy efficiency and renewable energy. We support individuals, businesses and communities by providing educational awareness as well as technical, financial and referral assistance. Energy Services offers a variety of programs each year to catalyze growth and jumpstart Michigan entities in reaching their own energy goals.

For more information about EV charging grants

Contact Lisa Thomas, ThomasL17@michigan.gov, 517-282-6646.

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