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National Cut Your Energy Costs Day

The best way to reduce energy costs is to use energy efficient systems and devices and only as much as you need to. Here are ways you can get the biggest savings on your energy bills.

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Why You Need To Get Your Home Ready For Winter

Winters in most of the northern U.S. are no joke, and if you live in Michigan, your winters are second to few in severity. If that wasn’t enough incentive to do some annual winter home prep for energy efficiency and damage prevention, there’s the fact that both inflation and energy prices are near a 40-year high.

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Request for Proposals for Community Listening Session Facilitation Services

Michigan Saves seeks one or more consultants to organize and facilitate community listening sessions in Detroit, the Upper Peninsula, Flint, and Benton Harbor. These learnings will be the basis of what the organization will consider as we develop new, more equitable services and lending strategies that will expand our reach into communities historically kept from the benefits of energy efficiency. Please submit responses by 5:00 PM EST on January 17, 2023.

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