Renewable Energy Effort: Our Opportunity Is Now

Isely, Paul; Singh, Hari
July 2007
Grand Rapids Business Journal;7/9/2007, Vol. 25 Issue 28, p36
The article focuses on the need for the development of renewable energy sources in Michigan. It mentions that the lack of dependable local renewable energy sources tend to increase risks to businesses in Michigan of greater price variability. It states that the renewable energy portfolio for electricity in Michigan and West Michigan is lacking with wind power, solar power and bio-fuel sources.


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