Support Energy Choice
Michigan's current energy market is a corporate monopoly, and it's wreaking havoc on our economy and ratepayers’ wallets. Since the 2008 cap of 10% on choice, Michigan families paid more than $12.5 billion in above-market rates!
Worst of all? Your rates don’t have to be that high, but Michigan’s failed monopoly-style electric regulation has shot prices through the roof while making the utilities a fortune.
Please sign the petition now to support lower rates and bring competition back to Michigan’s energy market!
- Michigan’s electric rates have increased 39.3% since the state abandoned electric choice in 2008.
- Nationally, rates increased only 10.3% at the same time.
- Michigan’s monopoly system costs consumers $3 billion more than the regional average.
- The cap on choice has cost the state 21,000 jobs per year, since 2008.