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Detroit is showing the world what it can do. Read More
Lowell will get electricity from farm and food-processing waste turned into methane gas.
Consumers Energy is planning to buy more renewable energy generated at four farms in West Michigan, while the city of Lowell soon will begin to tap into electricity derived from waste from a farm and a major food-processing plant there. Read More
Consumers Energy seeks to buy more green electricity from organic waste material.
CMS Energy Corp. in Jackson has announced its intention to buy back more electricity generated by anaerobic digestion of farm animal manure, sewage and other types of organic waste material. Read More
Consumers Energy is working with 65 West Michigan suppliers.
Consumers Energy says that, over the last two years, it has increased its spending with contractors located in Kent, Muskegon and Ottawa counties by $125 million, thanks to the Pure Michigan Business Connect program. Read More
About 1,800 Consumers Energy customers in a local town lost power Wednesday after a DTE Energy truck drove through their downtown. Read More
Consumers Energy is starting off 2014 on a happy note for nonprofits in the region. Read More
The Grinch who stole Christmas 2013 from hundreds of thousands of Michiganders has been identified: It was Mother Nature. Read More
Renewable energy program supplies 8 percent of the college’s total usage.
Kalamazoo College has purchased more than 2.5 million kilowatt-hours of renewable energy since enrolling in Consumers Energy’s Green Generation program in 2009, which is one of the reasons the college was recognized this year as the program’s Green Generation Customer of the Year. Read More
With the economy improving and demand for electricity increasing, Consumers Energy has decided to delay its planned closing of the coal-fired B.C. Cobb generating plant in Muskegon, and six other small coal plants, until the first quarter of 2016. Read More