Energy alternatives on the rise in Michigan–slowly

The number of Michiganders producing some of their own electricity from solar, wind and water power jumped 35 percent in 2017. That helped offset some of their power costs, but it still amounts to a tiny bit of the state’s electricity needs, according to a recent report by the Public Service Commission.

The Green Room: Pipelines – Part One

Why do some people feel oil and gas pipelines are a good and necessary part of our lives, while others fight against them? WEMU’s The Green Room investigates this first part of a series on pipelines.

A Life Without Line 5

Could Michigan’s Upper Peninsula and other parts of the state get the propane gas it needs without the Line 5 Pipeline? A new report just released says “yes.”