Following record flooding, Consumers Energy is urging home and business owners in the metro Detroit area with appliances that were affected by Monday’s rainstorms to have them inspected by a qualified contractor before attempting to restart and use them.
Consumers Energy says it has boosted its commitment to the Pure Michigan Business Connect hire-Michigan program by hiring two local contractors to help keep landowner relations strong for its 24-mile Southwest Michigan 1200B Pipeline Project.
Ice storms have caused hundreds of thousands of people throughout Michigan to lose power.
As Michigan observes Severe Weather Awareness Week, Consumers Energy is reminding customers of its new online outage map and what to do before, during and after summertime storms.
Beginning Tuesday, residential electric customers served by Consumers Energy can submit applications to participate in the utility’s Experimental Advanced Renewable Program.
Consumers Energy said Friday it canceled a proposed 830-megawatt coal-fired power plant project in Essexville, near Bay City, and expects to shutter seven smaller coal units by 2015.
Consumers Energy has selected Jackson, Miss.-based SmartSynch to provide the advanced metering system that will form the foundation of a grid and meter modernization program for its 1.8 million electric customers in Michigan.
The board of directors of Jackson-based CMS Energy has declared a quarterly dividend on the company’s common stock.
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Nearly two months after he was critically injured in the explosion at his furniture store a Wayne man was released from the hospital Monday.