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November 5 -- Michigan is positioned to double its share of electricity from wind and other renewable sources within two decades but risks falling behind other states if nothing is done, state officials said in a final report issued to Gov. Rick Snyder on Monday. State law sets a 10 percent renewable power standard that must be met by the end of 2015. The report says 15 percent renewable electricity in 2020 and 30 percent in 2035 are “achievable” under all scenarios, including even halving related surcharges added to residential and business utility bills to pay mainly for new wind turbines. >>View Article

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