June 20, 2024

Consumers Energy

DTE Energy
Mich. PSC OKs Higher Outage Credits, Stricter Requirements for Restoring Power
Michigan utility customers who suffer lengthy power outages will automatically receive credits of $35 daily under new rules approved by the PSC.
Consumers Energy
Consumers, DTE Energy on the Hot Seat over Michigan Outages
Consumers Energy and DTE Energy are on the hot seat after weather-related outages that affected as many as 1 million Michigan customers since February.
Regulators, LSEs Ask FERC to Reconsider MISO’s Seasonal Capacity Accreditation
Stakeholders are seeking a FERC rehearing of MISO’s seasonal auction design, while the RTO wants it to reconsider its minimum capacity obligation.
PNNL: Communities Should Take Bigger Role in Coal Plant Closures
A report by the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory says that communities facing coal plant closures need to do a better job of preparing for the loss.
Newkirk Electric Associates
Consumers to End Coal by 2025 in IRP Deal with Mich. AG
Consumers Energy, which got more than a third of its power from coal in 2021, will stop coal-fired generation in 2025 under a revised integrated resource plan.
Consumers Energy
Consumers Threatens to Hold off Closing Mich. Coal Plants
Consumers Energy has warned it may drop its plan to close its coal-fired plants by 2025 unless the Michigan PSC ensures it can replace them with gas.
ElectReon Wireless
Consumers Offers Rebates for Night EV Charging
Consumers Energy, Michigan’s largest investor-owned utility, is starting a rebate program to encourage EV owners to charge their vehicles overnight at home.
CMS Energy
Consumers Energy to End Coal Use by 2025
Consumers Energy plans to shutter its five remaining coal plants by 2025 while tripling its renewable capacity and increasing use of natural gas.
FERC Rejects Mich. Transco’s EV Charging Bid
FERC sided with 2 Mich. utilities in a turf war with METC over its request to spend $15 million on a pilot project to build chargers for long-haul trucks.
Michigan LDCs in Turf War with Transco over EV Charging
Mich. utilities are in a turf battle with METC over its request to spend $15 million on a pilot project to build charging facilities for long-haul trucks.

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