Networking the Region’s Energy Leaders

Communities that have a solid strategic approach to energy management take more meaningful and lasting steps toward reducing their energy Read more…

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PACE Economic Development Training Revs Up

Property Assessed Clean Energy can help your community grow by stimulating economic development and increasing building values.

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Three Things Cities Need in Our New Energy Policy

Governor Snyder recently delivered a special message to the Legislature on energy policy. Let’s discuss!

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Solar Powering Your Community

How can your community take advantage of all the benefits of solar energy? Join us on January 23 for a Read more…

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SEMREO members help their communities at the same time as they improve their energy use. Learn more about being a SEMREO member.

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A Unique Collaboration

The Southeast Michigan Regional Energy Office was the first of its kind in the country—an opportunity for cities to share resources and expertise to help each other save energy.

The Regional Energy Office has grown from 5 founding cities to 26 participating communities with a total population of over 1.8 million.

We believe that broader collaboration brings better results, so we encourage your community to join us.

Join with cities and counties across southeast Michigan to transform our energy future.

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Can energy efficiency help your bond rating?

We help cities reduce their energy costs, which is good for their bottom line. Now, bond rating agencies are taking notice. Huntington Woods Finance Director Tony Lehmann explains.

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SEMREO Key Programs

Bright Lights, Bright Futures: The Southeast Michigan Street Lighting Consortium

Our newest initiative aims to upgrade all public streetlights to LEDs throughout the metropolitan Detroit region by 2020, returning significant savings to local governments with fiscally constrained budgets while realizing environmental, aesthetic and public safety benefits.