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New Research Shows Michigan Could Actually Profit from Clean Power Plan Compliance

My home state of Michigan recently released two reports summarizing how Michigan could comply with EPA’s Clean Power Plan requirements. As has been the case with numerous other analyses, they found energy efficiency to be a core strategy for reducing the total costs of Clean Power Plan (CPP) compliance.
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