Michigan needs an energy policy with an emphasis on eliminating energy waste, and replacing coal with natural gas and renewable sources, Gov. Rick Snyder said Thursday.
Snyder released several goals for the state’s energy policy, which his office said should amount to a “no regrets” energy future by 2025. The Republican governor said in a statement that the goals should be “reasonable, achievable and efficient.”
Snyder says policy should have adaptability, reliability and affordability. He says it also should protect the environment. — Full Story at The Times Herald —