December 10, 2023


Consumers Energy
Michigan PSC Tightens Rules on Utility Service Following Blackouts
Michigan regulators propose tightened rules for restoring electric service after blackouts, responding to August storms that left many without power.
Michigan Dam with Prolonged Safety Issues Fails
About 10,000 central Michigan residents have been forced to evacuate their homes after the Edenville Dam in Midland County collapsed under heavy rainfall.
Stakeholders Question High Mich. Capacity Prices
Stakeholders asked if MISO’s new long-term generation outage policy played a role in driving up Michigan capacity prices in the Planning Resource Auction.
FERC Stands Firm on Michigan Dam Closure
FERC denied a request to reconsider its decision to revoke the license for a small Michigan hydroelectric project over significant safety concerns.
Mich. Energy Storage Idea Poses New Life for Old Mines
Old and new will interconnect if Michigan Tech can pull off an energy storage concept that pairs the state’s abandoned mines with pumped storage.

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