Renewable Energy: Growing Michigan's Green Economy

Renewable Energy: Growing Michigan's Green Economy

By Julie Baumkel

The promise of a clean, green and profitable energy future is beckoning Michigan’s entrepreneurs.  As many as 1,000 or more Michigan companies are now working on clean, green renewable energies in the areas of solar, wind, geothermal, energy storage and biomass, notes Liesl Eichler Clark, a clean energy and ...

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Irene Dimitry

Vice President of Marketing & Renewables, DTE Energy

Game Changer

New alternative energy source powers up

By Leslie Mertz

A Michigan company is changing the face of alternative energy.  Accio Energy, based in Ann Arbor, is developing...

Collaborating on fuel cell technology

General Motors and the U.S. Army Tank Automotive Research, Development and Engineering Center (TARDEC) have worked together on fuel cells periodically for more than 15...

Golfing in the Footsteps of History

And other memorable northern Michigan golf experiences

By Susan R. Pollack

 

Standing on the elevated first tee of Mackinac Island’s Wawashkamo Golf Club, golfers may imagin...

Recognizing Exceptional Tech Talent

Recognizing Exceptional Tech Talent

Automation Alley Awards Gala winners were honored at the 13th annual awards ceremony on Sept. 13. 

Ken Rogers, Automation Alley executive director, recognized the edu...

Spring 2014

Spring 2014

With spring representing a season of renewal, it seems natural that our featured technology in this issue of X-...

Automation Alley opens Product Lifecycle Management Center at OU

Automation Alley opens Product Lifecycle Management Center at OU

Automation Alley announced the opening of the Automation Alley Product Lifecycle Management Center at Oakland ...

Treadmills — still in the running

Treadmills — still in the running

By Stephanie Vozza

If working out on a treadmill feels a little like drudgery, there’s a good reason. The tread...

Artificial pancreas gets FDA approval

Artificial pancreas gets FDA approval

The world’s first artificial pancreas was recently approved by the Food & Drug Administration. Developed ...

A Helmet for the Ages

A Helmet for the Ages

By Jane Gleeson

With one of the snowiest winters on record thankfully in the rearview mirror, it won’t be long ...

Keeping Our Homegrown Grads at Home

Keeping Our Homegrown Grads at Home

By Matthew Totsky

For years, Michigan companies large and small could agree on one thing: Local college graduat...

The Detroit Chinese Business Association (DCBA)

The Detroit Chinese Business Association (DCBA)

The Detroit Chinese Business Association (DCBA) hosted its annual Chinese New Year Gala in the Riverview Ball...

WIN = A Record of Success

Halfway through a three-year $1.5-million grant from the New Economy Initiative, the Workforce Intelligence Ne...

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