Michigan Agency for Energy
Join industry experts and stakeholders for a one-day public collaborative that will assess the promise and pitfalls of integrating energy storage capabilities into the power marketplace in Michigan. “Plugging into Storage” will offer a technology overview and highlight projects in Michigan. Panel discussions will address regulatory questions, barriers to energy storage, and what the future holds. The conference is from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. March 25 at the Michigan Agency for Energy offices in Lansing.
The Michigan Petroleum Pipelines website provides information and resources about hazardous liquids pipelines in Michigan. Formerly the home of the Michigan Pipeline Safety Advisory Board, the site is to be updated to reflect a broader focus on liquid petroleum pipelines; law, rules, and guidelines; and public information and education.
Being prepared for an energy emergency or outage helps to keep our families safe and warm and our transportation running, as well as maintaining operations for Michigan’s businesses. MAE is primarily responsible for recommending declarations of energy emergencies to the governor, and also partners with a number of agencies, including the Michigan state police, to respond to all emergencies that have energy-related components.
The Michigan Energy Office, which is part of the Michigan Agency for Energy, provides incentives for energy related projects. Sponsorships, rebates, grants and loans encourage cost effective energy upgrades for communities, K-12 public schools, manufacturing, agriculture, rural business sectors, and other public entities.
The Michigan Agency for Energy works closely with regional and federal stakeholders on issues that are important to Michigan's energy security and future. Among our partners:
The building that houses the Michigan Agency for Energy and the Michigan Public Service Commission has earned the respected ENERGY STAR certification, awarded by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to buildings that meet strict energy waste reduction standards.
Michigan relies on petroleum products to meet about 1/3 of its energy needs. While gasoline prices are not regulated, the state does regulate the quality and quantity of the sales.
Building operator certification classes will be offered in Kalamazoo, Flint, Escanaba and Okemos classes this year. Learn more about the $400 discount offered by the Michigan Agency for Energy.
Review of Policies Relating to Carbon Dioxide Capture from Industrial Sources and the Use and Sequestration of Captured Carbon Dioxide in Enhanced Oil Recovery.