Rankings show Michigan-based utilities perform better on energy efficiency
LANSING — Michigan's two largest electric utilities are generally solid performers when it comes to their energy efficiency programs, but are in the middle of the pack nationally with their use of renewable energy, a new report shows. The report from Boston-based nonprofit Ceres, released Tuesday, ranked 30 of the nation's largest investor-owned utilities on renewable and efficiency performance. DTE Energy Co. and CMS Energy ranked in or near the top 10 for their single-year energy efficiency savings, but fell in the rankings compared to other utilities for their use of renewable power sources.
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