Sustainability Programs For You


Centrepolis Accelerator at Lawrence Technological University

Overview: The Centrepolis Accelerator at Lawrence Technological University is an incubator program that fosters growth for innovative businesses in the manufacturing and hardware industries. Members have access to funding, expert mentors, and product development resources to help kick start their business.

Who Qualifies? Michigan-based entrepreneurs 

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Electric Vehicle Rebates

Overview: DTE offers residential customers rebate opportunities for purchasing or leasing an electric vehicle and/or purchasing an EV charging station for your home. DTE also offers rebates toward the cost to install EV charging stations for commercial business customers. Eligibility requirements must be met to qualify for any of the rebate programs. 

Who Qualifies? DTE Residential and Commercial Business Customers

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Michigan Green Schools

Overview: Michigan Green Schools is dedicated to assisting all Michigan schools, public and private, achieve environmental goals that include protecting the air, land, water, and animals of our state through promotion of good ecological practices and environmental stewardship by students pre-kindergarten through high school.

Who Qualifies? Public and Private Michigan Schools

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RainSmart Rebates Program

Overview: RainSmart Rebates is two-year residential pilot program geared towards homeowners in the George W. Kuhn Drain Drainage District. The pilot offers homeowners up to $2,000 for implementing sustainable stormwater practices such as tree planting, rain barrel installation, or creating a rain garden on their properties. The primary goals of the program include fostering awareness about stormwater management and promoting environmental stewardship.

Who Qualifies? Oakland County homeowners living in the George W. Kuhn Drain Drainage District

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Overview: The Retired Engineers, Scientists, Technicians, Administrators, Researchers, and Teachers (RESTART) utilizes retired professionals to provide free energy waste reduction audits and sustainability services to help Michigan businesses move towards a low carbon future, ensuring competitiveness in the marketplace, and creating and retaining jobs.

Who Qualifies? Michigan’s Manufacturing and Commercial Sectors

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