CUB in the News: One Local Resident is Pushing Back Against Power Companies’ Handling of Outages

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CUB in the News: Cities, activists call for hearings over utilities' response to storm outages

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CUB in the News: Whitmer, local leaders calling on Michigan utility companies to make immediate changes

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Statement: CUB of MI applauds Gov. Whitmer for standing up for residents following severe power outages

The Citizens Utility Board (CUB) of Michigan applauds Gov. Whitmer for announcing steps today to both improve access to relief for Michigan ratepayers whose lives are too frequently upended by power outages and hold the large investor-owned utilities accountable for unreliable electric service.

"Governor Whitmer is right to recognize that the state of electric reliability in Michigan is unacceptable and demands action," CUB of MI Executive Director Amy Bandyk said. "Many Michigan utility consumers are not aware of how poorly the state's utilities rank compared to those in the rest of the Midwest and country when it comes to how well they keep the lights on."

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CUB in the News: DTE offers $100 credit to customers still without power as of Monday

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CUB in the News: Power outages in Michigan longer than in most states

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CUB in the News: Experts consider grid strength, climate change resilience, in the wake of power outages in Michigan

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CUB in the News: In the face of climate change, who’s responsible for upgrading Michigan’s electric grid?

Stateside: MI’s electric grid problems; kids and past pandemics; Rep. Meijer on Afghanistan

Michigan Radio

By Stateside Staff

August 17, 2021 

https://www.michiganradio.org/post/stateside-mi-s-electric-grid-problems-kids-and-past-pandemics-rep-meijer-afghanistan

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