Comment on Synder's Renewable Energy Report
Submissions are due on October 16
Power to Change, Renewables | October 14, 2013 | By Jim Dulzo
- Kenneth A.,: "Clean Energy" is Progressive Double Speak for taxpayer subsidized National Socialists pandering in the Lansing bubble for reams of OUR private wealth by statutory decree. The Federal Energy Securi...
- Christine Pardee: Michigan needs to be a leader in clean energy policy based on factual information. As we rebuild our economy. let our growth be based on energy policy that will be good for our future! ...
- Mike Tiedeck: A free market conservative culture embraces "creative destruction". This means that old, inefficient, polluting industries and power systems are inevitably doomed. Our state can be a leader in energ...
- Rob DeLay: Green roof projects for Michigan must include opportunities for individual homeowners,not just multi-home landholders. In particular, benefits and loan opps for farmers should be a high priority. Just...
- Sad but True: This gas plant in Holland is a good thing, but it is also should be a reminder that energy is complicated and requires a mix of generation assets. The real sad thing is that we as a country allowed t...
There are lots of happy faces around our office since the Snyder administration released its draft report on renewable energy. Based on last winter’s energy forums, it says we can get to 30 percent renewable energy by 2035 without straining the power grid—or our wallets!
But the report is subject to some revision before it’s finalized, which is why we’re reaching out: We’d like you to chime in, reinforce the draft report’s findings, and nudge those good folks a bit—while “30 by 35” is good, we’d like them to look closely at 35 and 40 percent, and getting there before 2035. All that means is maintaining the same pace we’ve been seeing—adding 1-1/2 percent per year.
So…if you’re willing…here’s a link to our Friday news article on the report and what our clean energy allies are saying.
Then, here’s another link to talking points our renewables pals have cooked up to help you out. There’s plenty to choose from—pick a few faves for a short note.
Then, go to the forum comment page and you’ll see what to do. You have to register, but it’s easy and your comments are posted without attribution.
Finally—when your done, please drop me a note at email@example.com so we can tally MLUI’s participation. There’s a bit of a friendly contest among our coalition members, so we want credit where credit is due!
Oh…and this needs to be done by Wednesday evening, Oct. 16...so I hope you can jump on it sometime today. It really is easy, and it’s really about letting the state know there’s LOTS of support for what is, in these rather crazy times, a pretty bold stand.
Thanks so much—and do enjoy the day and this fine opportunity to continue to influence Lansing’s thinking on clean energy, which does seem to be steadily improving.
MLUI Senior Energy Policy Specialist
985 days ago, 10:29pm | by Kevon Martis | Report Comment
Thanks Jim, I did!
984 days ago, 11:44am | by Tom Hart | Report Comment
As did I....
966 days ago, 4:12pm | by Mary Nowak | Report Comment
It is simply a lie to say that wind energy is efficient. It is 30% efficient according to how much they cost. It is very bothersome to some people with acute hearing. Wait until your electric bill skyrockets in the future to do something, it is too late.