On Friday, Enbridge Energy will continue to push for its controversial tunnel project to relocate Line 5 beneath the Straits of Mackinac before the Michigan Public Service Commission during a virtual hearing. Read the full story by The Detroit News. Read the full story Tags: Michigan, Detroit, Energy, Daily News
A new round of court proceedings commences in the long-running Enbridge Inc. Line 5 saga as Administrative Law Judge Dennis Mack oversees the cross-examination of a series of witnesses starting on Jan. 14.
The results of this cross-examination will play a role in the Michigan Public Service Commission’s decision on whether or not to grant Enbridge one of the key permits it needs to construct the Line 5 tunnel.
For Professor Nancy Langston, our intransigence in protecting struggling species like caribou and others is a puzzle. These species exist in our memories and culture, and we’ve invested in protecting them, so why do their populations continue to crash?
That’s the question at the core of Langston’s latest book, “Climate Ghosts: Migratory Species in the Anthropocene”.
DTE Energy and the Michigan Department of Natural Resources have teamed up to use nature’s most powerful vacuums to suck up the excess carbon produced and released into the atmosphere that is causing climate change. Those vacuums are trees.
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An oil and gas expert warned Michigan utility regulators not only would a tunnel for the Line 5 pipeline not be a failsafe replacement for the underwater section of the line, but possible accidents could cause a catastrophic underground explosion. Read the full story by MLive. Read the full story Tags: Michigan, Daily News
The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources is asking for feedback on the environmental impact of the soon-to-be re-routed Enbridge Line 5 oil pipeline through the northernmost part of the state. Read the full story by the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. Read the full story Tags: Daily News, Wisconsin
Low-income households consume three times the energy used by middle class families, according to the Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy.
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Bruce Power has signed a key contract with the Shoreline Power Group for Unit 3 Major Component Replacement.
By Kari Lydersen
This story was republished with permission from Energy News Network.
Coal ash will remain in the ground at the site of a closing coal plant on the shores of Lake Michigan in Waukegan, Illinois.
Owner NRG explained its plans on Dec.
Officials on two Lake Huron islands denied Enbridge permission to install cameras to keep tabs on shipping traffic through the Straits of Mackinac and across the path of its underwater Line 5 dual pipelines – in one case at least partly because of controversy surrounding the company itself. Read the full story by MLive. Read…
An intertribal agency says Wisconsin’s draft environmental review for a planned reroute of an oil and gas pipeline across northern Wisconsin is incomplete and flawed. Read the full story by The Associated Press. Read the full story Tags: Daily News, Wisconsin
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