Michigan Schools Energy Cooperative Leaders Meet With State House Energy Policy Committee

(Lansing, Michigan) – Officials with the Michigan Schools Energy Cooperative (MISEC), a coalition of 330 public school districts, shared their desire to increase the state’s school energy choice program cap, a move that could save neighborhood schools millions of dollars over time. “Some legislators continue to discount the real impact the state’s energy choice program has on our neighborhood schools,” said Gene Pierce, President of MISEC and Superintendent of the Tuscola Intermediate School District. “In my ISD alone, our nine community school districts have saved more than $1.5 million cumulatively because of the program. Without it, that kind of hit would be a significant hardship for sch

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