Items Tagged with 'Consumers Energy'
Utility company modified settlement after receiving recommendation from Administrative Law Judge Sharon Feldman.
The Michigan Public Service Commission approved Consumers Energy’s integrated resource plan, the first strategic, forward-looking IRP to be acted upon by the MPSC under the state’s energy laws passed in 2016. Read More
Officials point to Integrated Resource Plans as stimulant for advancing the transition.
Elected officials, clean energy experts and community members convened last week for a town hall event at Grand Valley State University’s Loosemore Auditorium to discuss Michigan’s transition to clean energy. Read More
In first full year since enactment of state’s energy laws, commission has expanded programs to reduce energy waste.
The Michigan Public Service Commission issued its 2018 annual report last week, highlighting achievements in implementing the state’s energy laws, helping customers with heating bills and utility complaints, infrastructure renewal, tax cut refunds for ratepayers and technical assistance to expand broadband across the state. Read More
Judge says Consumers Energy’s proposal to remove coal plants by 2023 is not feasible.
(As seen on WZZM TV 13) Consumers Energy’s “zero coal” plan has come under scrutiny as a handful of environmental organizations have recommended the Michigan Public Service Commission revise it as it stands. Read More