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.
Jackson-based Consumers Energy has launched a new Corporate Social Responsibility Web site at http://www.consumersenergy.com/responsibility to communicate the utility’s environmental, economic and social impact in Michigan. The new Web site provides a comprehensive overview of Consumers […]
With an eye out for the future, an education and recruitment campaign — Consumers Energy on Campus — will be coming to schools throughout Michigan during October. Consumers Energy employees will be paying visits to […]
The Michigan Public Service Commission Tuesday approved Detroit Edison’s largest-yet contract to purchase renewable energy. The approval sets in motion a 20-year agreement with Chicago-based Invenergy Wind that will result in 200 megawatts of new […]