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Consumers Energy Offers Tips to Manage Bills, Stay Safe this Winter Heating Season

With Polar Vortex II upon us, Consumers Energy is continuing to work to keep heating costs low for residents.

Mary Palkovich, Consumer Energy's vice president of energy delivery, says "mother nature isn't going easy on Michigan this winter, but the homeowners and business owners we serve should know we are looking out for them

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Residents Urged to Keep Furnace Vents, Meters Free of Snow and Ice

Following last weekend's heavy snowfall across the majority of the state, Consumers Energy is asking residents to keep safety in mind by making sure their gas furnace fresh air intake pipes and gas/electric meters are free of snow and ice

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How to Receive an Electric Outage Credit On Your Consumers Energy Bill

If your home was one of the many in Genesee County that were (or still are) without power you may qualify for an outage credit on your energy bill. Find out the terms of qualification for the credit here.

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Consumers Energy Says Restoration Progress Continues from Weekend Ice Storm

Update: As of 4:30 a.m. Friday morning, nearly 20,000 in Genesee County were still without power according to Consumers Energy. The majority of customers still without power from last weekend's storm are expected to be restored by the end of the day Saturday. Consumers says

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Latest Power Outage Numbers Around Mid-Michigan

Update:  As of 4 a.m. Wednesday morning, Consumers Energy reported that statewide 47,500 customers were still without power. In Genesee County, the number had dropped to just over 5,100 without power. Updated outage

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State Approves Air Permit for New Natural Gas Power Plant in Genesee County

The Michigan Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ) has approved an air permit for a natural gas power plant planned by Consumers Energy in Thetford Township in northern Genesee County.

Tim Sparks, vice president for Consumers Energy's energy supply operations said "we appreciate the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality's thorough review and timely approval of this air permit request

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Consumers Energy Announces Next Step in Building of New Power Plant in Genesee County

Consumers Energy has announced the next step in the building of a new, clean-burning, natural gas power plant in Genesee County.

The utility company filed for approval of a certificate of necessity with the Michigan Public Service Commission (MPSC)

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Thousands Still Without Power in Genesee County

Consumers Energy says work continued through the night to try and restore electrical service to thousands of customers affected by strong thunderstorms that swept across eastern Michigan on Monday afternoon and evening

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Close to 6,000 Without Power After Tuesday Night Storms

Close to 6,000 Consumers Energy customers are without power after severe storms hit the area on Tuesday night.

According to MLive, power is expected to be restored by noon today.

About 3,000 are wi

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Consumers Energy Customers to See Slight Increase in Power Bills

Customers of Consumers Energy will start to see a slight increase in their energy bills. The average customer will start paying $1.67 more per month.

According to WNEM, the $89 million rate increase was approved Wednesday by state regulators. It's less than a $110 million rate increase the Jackson-based utility company self-implemented in March.

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