Town hall discussion on Michigan’s clean energy transition

Clean energy town hall discussion
 6:30 p.m. Monday, March 18
GVSU Loosemore Auditorium
401 Fulton St. W, 49504


On Monday, March 18, the Michigan League of Conservation Voters Education Fund, Citizens Climate Lobby and Sunrise Movement will join elected officials, clean energy experts and community members for a town hall event to discuss Michigan’s transition to clean energy. Michigan is at a pivotal moment for its energy future as utility companies develop long-term energy plans. The town hall discussion will focus on how Michigan can transition to clean energy and how the community can get involved.

Speakers include:

  • Senator Winnie Brinks, Michigan State Senate
  • Representative Rachel Hood, Michigan State House of Representatives
  • Commissioner Dan Scripps, Michigan Public Service Commission
  • Jessica Woycehoski, Consumers Energy

    Co-Moderators Cameron Kritikos, CRC Office of Social Justice and Gillian Giem, U.S. Green Building Council – West Michigan Chapter

Participating organizations include Climate Witness Project, LINC Up, Detroiters Working for Environmental Justice, Grand Valley State University’s Seidman College of Business Koeze Business Ethics Initiative, and U.S. Green Building Council – West Michigan Chapter.