Press

The Ecology Center is a membership-based nonprofit environmental organization based in Ann Arbor, Michigan. It works at the local, state and national levels on environmental justice, health, waste, and community issues.

Media Mention  |  May 16, 2018
Charge Up Midwest Supports EV Charging Station Pilot Program
Press Release  |  April 25, 2018
The white paper is the work of the Midcontinent Transportation Electrification Collaborative (M-TEC), co-convened by Great Plains Institute and Charge Up Midwest
Press Release  |  April 25, 2018
Public Utility Commission of Ohio approves AEP Ohio EV program.
Media Mention  |  April 24, 2018
In a plan released Wednesday, Minnesotal Pollution Control Agency officials said projects to replace dirty diesel engines will result in a reduction of 4,000 tons of nitrogen oxides or NOx, a pollutant that negatively impacts health
Press Release  |  April 20, 2018
Today the Ecology Center and its partners celebrate the winners of the My Solar School Contest, a Michigan-based K-12 school competition organized to inspire and support teams of students (grades 6-12), teachers and/or parents pursue solar electric installations at their school.
Media Mention  |  March 27, 2018
Michigan electric vehicle owners want more public charging locations; utilities and others working on a solution.
Media Mention  |  February 13, 2018
Climate and Energy Program Director of the Ecology Center urges continued efforts from policymakers, utility companies, regulators and automakers to increase EV usage in Michigan.
Press Release  |  January 29, 2018
The Ecology Center’s Healthy Stuff program released a new report, More Than You Bargained For: BPS and BPA in Receipts, in which over 200 paper receipts from 150 businesses were tested for known endocrine-disrupting chemicals.
Press Release  |  December 20, 2017
Today, the Michigan Public Service Commission issued an order that establishes a February conference in its electric vehicle (EV) stakeholder process and invites stakeholder input on pilot programs for the State’s electric utilities

Pages