Bill wants state to get half of all energy from renewables by 2035 #MI

By National Wind Watch UPPER THUMB – Under proposed legislation that was introduced this week in Lansing, Michigan would generate 50 percent of its electricity from clean, renewable sources by 2035. Proponents say the package of bills would reduce energy costs, create jobs and build upon recently enacted energy laws. However, about 2,000 Huron County residents recently said “enough is enough” to wind development in a recent referendum. Huron County has more wind turbines than any county in Michigan. “We’ve got all this going with . . .

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