Items Tagged with 'Consumers Energy'

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Street Talk: Meet me in the middle

Safety first.

October 27, 2017
How does Middle America respond to a new snack food product? Or, more precisely, how would the middle of America respond? Read More

Consumers launches renewable energy program

Utility will provide plan for big businesses to invest and benefit from resource.

September 8, 2017
Big businesses in West Michigan now are able to take part in a program that will allow them to support and benefit from the development of renewable energy. Read More

Consumers Energy opens leadership center

Training hub at GVSU downtown campus will focus on preparing company’s future leaders.

May 5, 2017
Consumers Energy celebrated the opening of its new leadership center at the downtown campus of Grand Valley State University recently. Read More

Street Talk: Putting a charge in development

Grocery list.

March 17, 2017
Consumers Energy has marked 200 acres of industrially zoned land in Crockery Township for possible development. Read More

Energy company closing nuclear power plant

December 8, 2016
An energy company is slated to shut down a nuclear power plant in the region that employs roughly 600 people. Read More

Universities partner with utility to provide solar power

Solar gardens allow WMU, GVSU to further sustainability missions.

September 30, 2016
(As seen on WZZM TV 13) Solar power is growing in West Michigan thanks to two solar gardens that began operating this year. Read More

Utility spends $200M with West Michigan businesses

June 27, 2016
A utility is reporting that it spent $200 million with businesses located in Kent, Ottawa and Muskegon counties last year. Read More

State orders utility to pay $516K fine

June 17, 2016
| By AP
LANSING — A state commission has ordered a Michigan utility to pay a nearly $516,000 fine over billing rules violations. Read More

Utilities say energy bills will keep the lights on

June 10, 2016
Utility companies say a pair of energy bills that have garnered widespread criticism from the business, environmental, education and health communities is necessary to keep the lights on in Michigan. Read More

Switch plans '100-percent green' data centers

January 21, 2016
Nevada-based Switch is planning to power its SUPERNAP data center campus in the area with 100-percent renewable energy. Read More