CUB in the News: DTE gas customers start paying more this month. Utility says most will fund system upgrades

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CUB in the News: Opinion: Less reliable electricity costs more in Michigan. It's time to fix the grid

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CUB in the News: Consumers Energy OK’d to hike rates, but at a fraction of what it sought

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CUB in the News: Michigan OKs electricity rate cut to attract automotive battery factories

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Press Release: CUB Releases Guide for Best Practices To Introduce EVs for Ratepayers

Electric vehicles (EVs) seem poised to revolutionize both transportation and electric power, but how widely will their benefits be shared across society? Although automakers have been rolling out more affordable models, EVs have tended to be luxury items that are out of reach of most consumers. In addition, the costs of transitioning the grid and road infrastructure to EVs may fall hardest on these same customers who can least afford EVs.

To help ensure that policies to manage the transition toward EVs are fair and consumer-friendly, the Citizens Utility Board of Michigan has released a report, The ABCs of Michigan EVs: A Policy Guide To Electrify Michigan. The report is one of a series being produced by the other Citizens Utility Boards in the Midwest, representing Illinois, Minnesota, Wisconsin and Ohio.

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CUB in the News: How does the MPSC regulate electricity rates?

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CUB in the News: As power outages plague Michigan, League of Conservation Voters calls for investigation, rate freeze

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CUB in the News: Understanding Your Utility in the Climate Change Era

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CUB in the News: Consumer's, DTE respond to recent power outages

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CUB in the News: Michigan’s utilities struggle to keep the power on as climate change intensifies

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