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Wolverine signs PPA for 150 MW Michigan solar project

Gemstone Solar will sit on around 1,000 acres in the southwest part of the state and is slated to enter service in 2023.

Midwestern states agree to co-develop an EV charging network

Governors of five states agreed to increase access to electric vehicle charging infrastructure in the Midwest.

Michigan landfill to host 20 MW community solar array

DTE Energy plans to build a community solar project to support the City of Ann Arbor.

Greenbacker acquires 41 MW Michigan solar project

The project is being developed by Prism Power Partners and would rank among the largest in the state.

Invenergy lines up finance for 200 MW Michigan project

The developer has three separate long-term power purchase agreements with utilities for the output.

AES taps Borrego to build 72 MW of solar capacity in Michigan

The trio of solar farms will use bifacial solar modules on single-axis trackers and are slated to enter service in 2022.

Two Midwest states look to expand community solar presence

Michigan and Wisconsin have both introduced community solar legislation, banking on the success that neighboring Minnesota has had with community installations.

GM creates $25 million grant program for EV climate equity

The fund joins the automaker’s $35 billion investment in electric and alternative vehicles globally through 2025.

Michigan regulators approve DTE low-income solar program settlement

The agreement will lower program costs, simplify enrollment, and bring three community solar projects to historically underserved communities.

Alliance formed to push for increased community access to solar

The Alliance aims to support the passage of two bills intended to make community solar legal in Michigan.


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