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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
Average wholesale natural gas price fell 31 percent in 2012.
Consumers Energy has announced it plans to cut its natural gas price paid by its customers by 15 percent in April, on top of a previous drop in price of 10 percent since last winter. Read More
The Consumers Energy Foundation has awarded $125,000 to support the new Muskegon Retail Incubator, which helps entrepreneurs develop sustainable retail businesses in downtown Muskegon. Read More
Consumers Energy has presented a $116,280 incentive-rebate check to Grand Valley State University as part of the utility’s Energy Efficiency program. Read More
Consumers Energy has postponed until Nov. 11 an electric outage originally scheduled Sunday morning, Nov. 4, in Kent County’s Plainfield and Grand Rapids townships. Read More
It has been hailed as the perfect storm. Superstorm Sandy, at nearly twice the size of Texas, blew record books away Monday night by becoming one of the worst hurricanes ever recorded. By 5 p.m. Monday, with top winds of 90 mph, Hurricane Sandy was declared a Category Two Hurricane, being called one of worst storms to ever hit the U.S. East Coast. Read More