Consumers Energy Foundation Announces Grants To NonprofitsThe Consumers Energy Foundation has announced more than $480,000 in grants to help Michigan nonprofits provide critical help to communities during the coronavirus pandemic.
Eight New Solar Energy Sites Begin Operating In Genesee And Saginaw CountiesKayne Anderson Sites in Saginaw and Genesee Counties Doubling Solar Energy Available for Consumers Energy Customers.
Energy Partners Collaborate To Promote, Fill In-Demand Jobs During Careers In Energy WeekIndustry, workforce and education partners in Michigan will host virtual events to promote jobs in the energy sector October 19-23.
Howell Man Dies In Natural Gas Pipeline Construction AccidentA construction worker died yesterday while working on the Saginaw Trail natural gas pipeline replacement in Highland Township.
Consumers Energy Announces Locations for Electric Vehicle Fast Charging Stations, Providing Boost to Michigan DriversNew Chargers Operating in Gaylord, Cadillac, Big Rapids, Marshall.
Coronavirus In Michigan: DTE, Consumers Energy Temporarily Suspend Electrical Shut-Offs For Low-Income CustomersDTE Energy and Consumers Energy announced they are temporary suspending electricity and natural gas shut-offs for low-income customers. 
Consumers Energy To Buy Hillsdale County Wind FarmConsumers Energy's plan to buy a wind energy farm in Hillsdale County has been approved by Michigan regulators.
Consumers Energy OK'd To Raise Natural Gas Rates By 7.6 PercentConsumers Energy has been approved to increase natural gas rates by 7.6 percent.
How To Get A Credit If Your Power Went Out In MichiganThousands across the state could be eligible for some financial relief on their upcoming utility bill.
Crews Continue Around-The-Clock Power Restoration After Storms Hit MichiganSince severe storms over two days knocked out power for more than 800,000 Michigan homes and businesses, crews are continuing around the clock efforts to restore electricity.
Consumers Energy: Set Thermostat To 78 Degrees As Hotter Temps ApproachConsumers Energy is encouraging Michigan residents to set their thermostats to 78 degrees as hot weather approaches this week and the rest of the month.