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Michigan poised to nearly quadruple its solar power capacity
by Tracy Samilton
Michigan Radio (NPR - National Public Radio) Translate This Article
13 September 2019
On 13 September 2019 Michigan Radio (NPR - National Public Radio) reported:
The Michigan Public Service Commission has given the green light to a case settlement between Consumers Energy and independent solar companies that could dramatically increase solar power in Michigan.
Global Good News service views this news as a sign of rising positivity in the field of science, documenting the growth of life-supporting, evolutionary trends.
Noah Hyte is with Cypress Creek Renewables, one of the companies party to the agreement. He says there's enough sun in Michigan to make it worthwhile to build lots of solar here.
'We have solar plants throughout the northeast that aren't necessarily known for 300 days of sunshine a year,' says Hyte. 'And we're still able to produce power at a viable rate that's competitive within the market.'
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