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Builder confidence in the single-family 55+ housing market remains in positive territory for the first quarter of 2015, according to the National Association of Home Builders’ (NAHB) 55+ Housing Market Index (HMI) released today. Compared to the previous quarter, the single-family index edged down slightly by one point to 58, which is the fourth consecutive quarter above 50.
Consumers Energy is assisting the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service on work taking place at Tippy Dam this week to protect salmon, lake trout and other fish species in the Great Lakes. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service personnel are applying lampricides to the Manistee River at Tippy Dam to control sea lamprey larvae from the hydro facility downstream to Lake Michigan, a distance of 29 miles.
Labor Day signals the unofficial end to summer, and for many Michigan residents it is also the time when vacation homes are closed for the winter. Consumers Energy recommends several tips to help ensure these homes stay safe when unoccupied during the cold weather.
Consumers Energy Supervisor Receives Patriot Award for Supporting Employee’s National Guard Reserve Training Needs
A Consumers Energy meter reading supervisor has been recognized by the U.S. Defense Department for her willingness to accommodate an employee and National Guard reservist’s military training schedule.
Consumers Energy Work Will Interrupt Electric Service for Some Interlochen, Copemish Customers Tuesday Morning
A 5-hour electric interruption has been scheduled to begin at 2 a.m. Tuesday in the Interlochen area to allow utility crews to work on equipment in the Interlochen substation
Consumers Energy today announced that it has started operations at its second solar power plant, transforming 8.5 acres at Western Michigan University into a new source of renewable energy for Michigan
Consumers Energy Foundation Awards Grants Worth $56,825 in 34 Counties to Recognize Employee, Retiree...
The Consumers Energy Foundation announced today it has awarded 119 volunteer grants worth $56,825 to nonprofit organizations across Michigan to recognize outstanding volunteerism by Consumers Energy employees and retirees.
Consumers Energy’s interns made an impact on communities across Michigan this summer, helping feed over 3,000 people, picking up nearly 450 pounds of trash and providing educational programming for 120 children.
Consumers Energy is offering free tours of the Mio Dam for 275 visitors Aug. 27. The tours are in celebration of the dam’s first 100 years of service to Michigan, and are part of the Oscoda County Riverfest, being held Aug. 26-28.
Consumers Energy is coordinating with the Michigan Department of Natural Resources to install buoys this summer to help warn the public to stay out of potentially unsafe areas immediately downstream of hydro facilities.
Consumers Energy Works with Michigan Communities to Remove Trees from Power Lines, Deliver Energy...
Working with homeowners and businesses in communities across Michigan, Consumers Energy is focusing on delivering energy reliably by clearing trees away from power lines
Bay County Habitat for Humanity, Other Nonprofits Benefit from Consumers Energy’s Weadock Plant Donations
Consumers Energy has donated nearly $18,000 of furniture, appliances and other office items from its recently retired J.C. Weadock generating plant to Bay County Habitat for Humanity and two other Bay County nonprofit organizations.
Consumers Energy will be joined by local broadcast media, law enforcement officers and governmental officials to host an early morning kick-off Tuesday, Aug. 2, promoting the 33rd Annual National Night Out.
With temperatures headed for the high 90s in Michigan this week, Consumers Energy is offering information to help businesses and households manage their energy use while still staying cool and safe.
Consumers Energy announced today it is expanding a program that provides free energy assessments and plans to reduce energy use for small businesses in Ingham, Jackson and Eaton counties. Already, the program has helped over 5,300 businesses in Kent County to use less energy and lower their costs.