Gov. Jennifer Granholm is speaking at the Michigan Wind Energy Conference in Detroit.
She'll speak Wednesday morning at a conference sponsored by the
Great Lakes Renewable Energy Association. The two-day conference
started Tuesday at the downtown Cobo Center.
Granholm's office says the meeting is addressing the many opportunities and issues facing wind energy development in the state. Topics include transmission for wind farms, offshore projects and business partnerships.
Granholm has made wind power and other forms of renewable energy
central to her proposal to revitalize Michigan's battered industrial economy.