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March 13 -- Michigan took an important first step toward a clean energy future when the state legislature passed Public Act 295 in 2008. The law, known as the Clean, Renewable, and Efficient Energy Act, established a renewable electricity standard (RES) that requires electricity providers in Michigan to supply 10 percent of the state's electricity with renewable energy sources like wind, solar, and bioenergy by 2015. >>View Article

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