Watt’s New? Michigan Energy News - November 2012


In This Issue:

- Proposal 3 Rejected by Voters

- Patriot Solar Development Efforts Shine

- Reducing Total Lifetime System Costs for Solar Panels

- Sierra Club Ready to Sue on Alleged Air Quality Violations

- Renewable Energy Approvals for Detroit Edison

- Starting Energy Companies in Michigan

- Michigan Shorts

- Competition Drives Innovation and Trumps Regulation

- Excerpt from Proposal 3 Rejected by Voters:

The renewable energy initiated constitutional amendment on the November 6 statewide ballot (Proposal 3) was defeated 62 percent to 38 percent. The proposal would have constitutionally mandated that by 2025, 25 percent of the state’s electricity would come from renewable resources. It was the second-most expensive ballot campaign this election cycle.

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