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February 25, 2021
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(wgvu) - The state House is working toward trying
to require Michigan utilities to provide 10 percent of the state's
energy from renewable sources by 2015.
A House committee held a hearing on the developing proposal
Thursday. The Senate likely will have a competing version of the
legislation and a compromise would have to be found.
The bipartisan House plan would include incentives for using
Michigan-made equipment when generating power from renewable
sources. That could include wind turbines and solar panels with
Michigan-made parts.
Governor Jennifer Granholm says alternative and renewable energy
could provide a boost to Michigan's economy.
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