by Tracy Samilton, Michigan Radio
In 2016, Michigan got an important new tool in the growing effort to limit global heating.
The state’s new energy law requires regulated utilities, for the first time, to submit long-term strategic plans that include reducing carbon emissions.
The plans are called Integrated Resource Plans, or IRPs.
Consumers Energy and DTE Energy have now submitted their first IRPs, and the plans show that Michigan’s two biggest utilities differ on how aggressively to cut carbon emissions.
Read more: https://www.michiganradio.org/post/consumers-energys-carbon-reduction-plan-better-dte-energys-environmentalists-say-yes?utm_source=InsideClimate+News&utm_campaign=ec994925f2-&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_29c928ffb5-ec994925f2-327824881
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