Wind turbine in farm field

CEA recently launched its Wind Energy Initiative in Michigan to ensure landowners have access to energy resources on their property.

The new planning commissions, per reports, would essentially raise property taxes at various levels for homeowners depending on where they live in what is referred to as a mill levy. This is estimated to cost the average homeowner an extra $250 to $380 per year and reject efforts to bring cleaner, more environmentally-friendly energy to nearby communities, while stifling job growth.

Read more – MI Tech News