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Rick Snyder has long called for an overhaul to the state's energy policy, but it wasn't until he got personally involved in brokering a compromise that the legislature was able to deliver a final product to his desk. Snyder met personally with House
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Rick Snyder has long called for an overhaul to the state's energy policy, but it wasn't until he got personally involved in brokering a compromise that the legislature was able to deliver a final product to his desk. Snyder met personally with House and Senate leaders, business representatives and utility companies throughout Wednesday and early into Thursday morning, emerging from a House Republican caucus meeting at 5:30 a. m. after working the issue... "I didn't get a lot of sleep last night. And let me put it this way, I didn't pull any all-nighters when I was in college, and I did last night. It's worth it," Snyder told reporters after the deal was approved by both chambers. The House broke to give members time withe the compromise bills, and came back to vote on it later Thursday afternoon. Ultimately, it was new language around energy choice -- the 10 percent of Michigan's electric market that is allowed to use alternative energy suppliers instead of their incumbent utilities -- that helped push the package over the edge. Energy overhaul sails through House, preserves energy choice. Mike Nofs, who chairs the Senate Energy and Technology Committee, credited Gov. Rick Snyder with hitting on the compromise when talking with reporters late Wednesday night. "To be honest with you, it was the Governor who came up with the good idea," said Nofs, R-Battle Creek. "We changed the question, in some ways," Snyder said. "So part of it was coming up with amendment ideas that people hadn't thought about before that sort of addressed and put in a good balance to say with respect to choice people and respect to people from the regulated side, we found a way to bridge... Ultimately, the compromise made changes to energy efficiency, electric choice and solar net metering provisions that satisfied almost everybody. The main bill, Senate Bill 437 , passed the House 79-28 and the Senate confirmed the changes 33-4. The bill focusing on renewable energy, Senate Bill 438 , passed the House 76-31 and the Senate confirmed the changes 33-4. Snyder toured the House... The concepts behind the bills that were ultimately passed swirled around Lansing for a couple years before the bills materializing in 2015. Snyder wanted to get them passed by the end of that year. When that deadline came and went, he eyed the first half of 2016. When that passed, the end of the year -- after which new House members come in and would have to be re-educated on the complex issue -- became his target. He told reporters last week it was his number one priority in the lame-duck session. "That would be the top of my list in terms of issues, would be the energy package. I've made that clear for some time," he said. "You've got a pretty safe bet on this one," he said.
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