Environment
12:49 pm
Thu February 14, 2013

State seeks public input on Michigan's energy future

What should Michigan’s long-range priorities be regarding energy?  Governor Rick Snyder and other state officials want to know.

This Thursday afternoon in Lansing is the public’s first chance to make its voice heard at a forum being held at the State Library. Next December, the Governor plans to issue a comprehensive set of recommendations based in part on the forums.  

Today on Current State, three guests with different perspectives discuss the energy issue.

John Quackenbush is chair of the Michigan Public Service Commission.  Wayne Kuipers is executive eirector of Energy Choice Now,  and Hugh McDiarmid is a spokesman for the Michigan Environmental Council.

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