Episode 28: Dismantling DTE w/Greg Woodring
Joel chats with Greg Woodring of Ann Arbor for Public Power. A2P2 is an organization working to bring municipal power to Ann Arbor.
Ann Arbor voters could ultimately decide on shift away from DTE Energy
City Council voted 11-0 Tuesday night, Sept. 7, to ask the city’s Energy Commission to make a recommendation by Dec. 31 on whether the city should undertake a feasibility study to explore options.
‘Literally power to the people.’ Ann Arbor group gearing up for ballot campaign
“By having a municipal authority, we can democratize power delivery in this town,” said state Sen. Jeff Irwin, D-Ann Arbor. “That means that all of us who for years and years have been going to rallies and saying, ‘Power to the people! Power the people!’ ... this is literally power to the people.”
American Public Power Association
Ann Arbor, Mich., Council Member To Make Proposal Related To Public Power Feasibility Study
“The recent multi-day power outage has prompted a lot of conversation in our community about improving the reliability of our electricity and the city’s relationship with DTE, specifically,” wrote Nelson in a recent blog posted on her website.