Renewable energy on tap for November Good Morning Livingston
The business case for renewable energy in Michigan is the topic of the Nov. 11 Good Morning Livingston program. David Harwood, director of renewable energy at DTE, will also provide attendees with the latest information on what the state is generating in renewable energy, including wind, solar, biomass and more.
Harwood is currently responsible for renewable energy strategy, renewable energy project development, vendor agreements, regulatory compliance, purchase power contracts, and renewable energy operations for DTE Energy.
Harwood’s presentation will focus on how we are moving away from coal and toward gas and other renewable energy sources, with wind emerging as the most efficient means of producing energy. Wind turbines are also becoming taller. And as we continue to move away from traditional energy sources, the renewable energy surcharge we pay each month has dropped — Harwood will tell us why.
The event begins at 7:30 a.m. at Crystal Gardens – Livingston, 5768 E. Grand River Ave. in Howell.
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