Electronic devices that track electricity consumption without a meter reader going door to door are reliable and safe, but consumers should be allowed to opt out, according to a report written for Michigan utility regulators.
Shareholders in Jackson-based CMS Energy got a 14 percent raise Friday as the company’s board of directors boosted the company’s quarterly dividend on common stock to 24 cents a share, up from 21 cents a share.
Protesters are calling for lower energy bills and a moratorium on utility shutoffs for the winter.
Multiple residents and city leaders have already expressed concern and now the State has started an investigation into the installation of Smart Meters on homes across the state.
Collaboration between industry participants will be essential to bring alternative fuel applications to market, according to PwC’s latest publication, “Charging Forward: Electric Vehicle Survey.”
There’s a push in Lansing to make sure those who still have a phone in their homes do not lose them.
Customer satisfaction is on the rise for hospital services and electric and natural gas utilities, according to a report released Tuesday by the Ann Arbor-based American Customer Satisfaction Index
The Michigan Public Service Commission Monday issued its 2010 annual report to Gov. Rick Snyder and the Michigan Legislature.
Michigan’s leading electrical utilities say they’ll spend $800 million over 10 years to maintain and increase the capacity of their joint power storage plant on the Lake Michigan shoreline.
Smart energy management technologies from OnStar that will help electric vehicle customers and utilities plan better and save money will be demonstrated at DistribuTech, the utility industry’s leading smart grid conference and exposition, being held this week in San Diego