CUB in the News: Organizations receiving $3 million to help residents pay utility bills

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Press Release: Michigan AG Nessel Helps Bring $3M in Donations to Organizations that Provide Energy Assistance for Utility Customers

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CUB in the News: MPSC Approves Settlement Agreement To Reduce DTE Gas Increase By 46 Percent

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CUB in the News: Groups say investing in poles and wires alone doesn't prepare for the future power grid

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Press Release: Citizens Utility Board of Michigan Releases New Report On How To Protect Utility Customers and Improve Michigan’s Electric Grid

In the current economic crisis, each monthly bill becomes a bigger weight on the average Michigan household. As incomes fall, necessities like paying for electricity eat up more and more of a household’s budget. So it is more important than ever that ratepayers are getting adequate service in return for their money. A new report from the Citizens Utility Board (CUB) of Michigan, the advocacy group for residential ratepayers, shows how to improve accountability for the performance of the state’s investor-owned electric utilities and, as a result, ease burdens on all ratepayers.

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CUB in the News: Commentary - Michigan needs reliable electricity more than ever

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By Robert Nelson / Citizens Utility Board of Michigan

July 8, 2020 

https://energynews.us/2020/07/08/midwest/commentary-michigan-needs-reliable-electricity-more-than-ever/

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CUB in the News: Michigan residents can get a $25 credit when the power goes out. They rarely do.

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CUB in the News: Utility efficiency programs offer model to merge climate, racial justice solutions

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CUB in the News: DTE Gas announces plan to go ‘net zero’ by 2050; activists skeptical

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CUB in the News: Who pays Michigan utilities’ coronavirus costs: customers or investors?

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