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Michigan families, schools, and job makers pay too much for their electricity. 

Lansing has the chance to address the skyrocketing cost of electricity in the Great Lakes State, and to pursue common sense reforms with one goal – Michigan’s energy policy should put energy consumers first.

Every year, monopoly utilities and special interests attempt to raise our rates, restrict access to cost-saving innovation and technology, and eliminate lower-cost energy alternatives for Michigan ratepayers. 

The Alliance for Michigan Energy Consumers is on the frontlines, standing up for everyday ratepayers across Michigan.

The Alliance for Michigan Energy Consumers is made up of job makers, schools, families and organizations committed to providing ratepayers a voice at the state Capital.

 
 
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Energy Consumers’ Priorities

The Alliance for Michigan Energy Consumer fights to ensure that the people who pay the electric bills have a seat at the table when Lansing makes decisions that impact them.


That means:

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Stopping Big Energy’s efforts to raise electric rates at the MPSC. Your family’s budget matters more than monopoly utility companies profit margin! 


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Embracing innovation to lower costs for ratepayers, and opposing efforts in Lansing to restrict the development or implementation of cost-saving technologies.


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Defending and enhancing consumers’ ability to dictate their own energy supply, including renewable, solar, wind, home-generated, traditional, and other energy sources. 


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Expanding electric choice for customers waiting in “the queue” with signed contracts to buy electricity at lower rates. 


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Opposing efforts to restrict competition for ratepayers, including Michigan’s public schools and employers, who save millions each year under the current cap system.


 

Fight Back

The Alliance for Michigan Energy Consumers stands up for everyday ratepayers, providing legislators and policymakers with the facts they need to make the best choices and the voices they need to hear to put Michigan ratepayers first.

 
 
 
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