Michigan IPL is helping congregations across the state go green by offering free energy audits to assess churches’ energy usage. These audits, which are funded by a grant from DTE Energy, are a part of the Michigan Public Service Commissions’ Energy Optimization program. The audits help people of faith find ways to make their buildings more energy efficient.
As a recent article published in Up North Live reports, “just making a few improvements can immediately start saving the church 20 to 40 percent off their energy bills.” These small changes contribute to a church’s long-term sustainability and help congregations fulfill the call to become better stewards of our natural resources. To read more about the program, click here.