Governor Whitmer Signs Historic Clean Energy & Climate Action Package
Legislation makes Michigan a national leader with 100% clean energy standard by 2040, strong labor provisions to build clean energy creating 160,000 jobs, streamlining construction of energy projects, and lowering utility costs.Read Press Release
Michigan is competing with everyone to lead the future of cars, chips, and clean energy. In the last few years, we have utilized powerful, bipartisan economic development tools and incoming federal resources to secure over $20 billion of investment and 13,000 good-paying jobs and bring critical supply chains back home. Michigan’s future is bright, and I know we will build on our economic momentum to create tens of thousands more job and drive investment across every region of our state.
MI Healthy Climate Plan Positions Michigan as a Climate Action Leader
The MI Healthy Climate Plan lays out a pathway for Michigan to reach 100% carbon neutrality by 2050 with interim 2030 goals to avert the worst impacts of the climate crisis, create good-paying jobs, and build a healthier and more prosperous, equitable, and sustainable Michigan for all Michiganders.
Clean Energy News and Business Success Stories
Team Michigan Continues to Deliver as Our Next Energy Rolls Out First Cell Production
New Report: Michigan Winning Battery & Clean Energy Race
Clear Skies Ahead: Climate Stability and Policies in Michigan Mitigate Risk
Michigan Communities and Companies Commit to a Sustainable Future
Michigan’s Stable Climate Touted in Time Magazine
Automation Solutions Company Partners with Michigan State University to Introduce Electric Level-4 Autonomous Bus to Campus
Michigan-Based Cleantech Startup Company, Enspired Solutions, Finds Success Commercializing Chemical Technology that Destroys toxic PFAS in Water
Michigan Wins Funding for Clean Hydrogen Hub
Gov. Whitmer recently announced that a Michigan-backed clean hydrogen hub project, the Midwest Alliance for Clean Hydrogen (MachH2) has been awarded up to $1 billion by the U.S. Department of Energy to develop regional supply chains for the production, distribution, and use of hydrogen in trucks and heavy-duty vehicles. The partnership earned funding thanks to its manufacturing and mobility expertise in a key industrial and transportation corridor.
Part of these funds will help MachH2 and Michigan build the hydrogen Truck Stop of the Future. The facility will serve traffic at the continent’s most active border crossing, between Detroit and Windsor, Ontario.
Nel Hydrogen to Build Gigafactory in Plymouth Township, Bringing 517 Jobs, $400 Million Investment
Norwegian hydrogen company Nel Hydrogen has chosen Plymouth Charter Township as the location for its new automated gigafactory for production of electrolyzer technology for green hydrogen production. Nel CEO Håkon Volldal said the company selected Michigan for the state's highly skilled workforce, financial incentives and collaboration among the state’s universities, research institutions, and strategic partners.Read Press Release
The Michigan Opportunity Podcast
Michigan's optimal resources for the clean energy industry is highlighted in several episodes of The Michigan Opportunity Podcast. Now in its third season, host Ed Clemente has been joined by several guests specializing in clean energy, sustainablitiy, and more. Click on the episode links to the right and listen to insightful conversations and hear about new, emerging global trends.
Michigan is an Industry Leader