Your ability to choose an electric supplier is at risk! Take action today.

On Wednesday, May 25th, the Michigan Senate passed Senate Bill 437 (SB437) out of the Committee. They are now planning to vote the bill out of the senate as soon as next Tuesday, May 31st.

Clarity Energy Consulting wants to remind you to take action to preserve electric choice in Michigan. Without your help, SB437 will limit or fully eliminate your ability to choose an electric supplier by adding onerous regulations on Alternative Electric Suppliers (AES) and new charges to customers like you, resulting in higher electric bills.

How can you get involved?

Contact your Senator and House Representatives to express your opinion on preserving electric choice and giving your business continued access to competitive pricing by clicking here.

In order to continue to innovate and develop cost-effective energy solutions for your business, we need to maintain the competitive electric choice in Michigan that we see today.

We appreciate your support. Please let us know if you have any questions by contacting us via our contact-us page.

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Solar Power Has Finally Won

For nearly half a century, homeowners and utilities have mounted solar panels on rooftops and in massive generation projects in the desert. Much of that was only made economical because of tax breaks and subsidies, such as California’s Solar Initiative (CSI)—or the Million Solar Roof Initiative, as it is often called—and the federal Investment Tax Credit (ITC), which paid for as much as 50 percent of the costs. But solar is no longer a charity case. It’s now grown up to out-compete conventional energy generation in many ways.

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Obama wants billions to ‘modernize’ energy infrastructure

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The Obama administration released a report Tuesday calling for billions of dollars to “modernize” and “transform” the nation’s energy infrastructure.

The plan comes from the findings in the first installment of the Energy Department’s “Quadrennial Energy Review,” which it hopes to write every four years.

 

http://thehill.com/policy/energy-environment/239489-obama-administration-seeks-to-modernize-energy-infrastructure

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Big Data is Driving Energy’s Future

How much electricity do you use in a typical day? What are your peak hours of consumption? What devices in your home use the most energy?

These are questions that most people (including me) probably don’t know the answers to, and something even sophisticated businesses don’t know either. How are you supposed to make smart energy decisions if you don’t even have good information about your energy usage? This may be the biggest challenge and biggest driver of innovation in energy today.

http://www.fool.com/investing/general/2015/04/17/how-information-is-driving-innovation-in-energy.aspx

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New polls: Americans love solar more than any other type of energy

 | Utility Dive http://ow.ly/LIiUh

Support for a future based on renewable energy generation and enhanced efficiency cuts across generations and demographic divides.
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