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More than 300 Consumers Energy Personnel Dispatched to Assist with Hurricane Sandy

Consumers Energy and its contractors are responding to calls for post-Hurricane Sandy power restoration assistance by sending more than 300 workers to numerous locations in the destructive storm’s path, from metro Detroit to the East Coast

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Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, Flickr
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Consumers Reminds Public That Utility Land Off Limits to Hunters

As the hunting seasons get under way in Michigan, Consumers Energy is reminding the public that hunting isn’t allowed on the utility’s property.

The ban protects the safety of neighbors, utility workers and others

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Consumers Energy Reminds Keeping Safety in Mind with Potential Gas Leaks

Cooler temperatures and colored leaves on trees mean that fall will soon be here, and furnaces will once again begin operating in homes and businesses across the state. Consumers Energy reminds customers to promptly report any natural gas emergencies such as gas leaks

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Home Heating Credit Still Available to Qualifying Customers

Consumers Energy encourages qualifying residential customers who have not yet received a Home Heating Credit this year to file for a State of Michigan Home Heating Credit available through September 30, 2012

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Underground Utility Damages by Homeowners on the Rise

Consumers Energy is experiencing a significant increase in damages to its underground natural gas and electric lines and is encouraging weekend building and landscaping warriors to increase their diligence to working safely

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Flint Customers Among Those Seeking Money Through Utility Bill Payment Scam

Consumers Energy estimates that more than 2,300 of its customers have sought approximately $1 million as victims of a nationwide utility bill payment scam that surfaced in Michigan earlier this month

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Consumers Energy Warns Customers About Utility-Bill Payment Scam

Consumers Energy is warning its customers to be aware of a nationwide utility-bill payment scam that's made its way to Michigan.

Under the scam, a customer may be contacted in person, through fliers, social media or text messages

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UPDATE: Thousands in Genesee County Still Without Power

Thousands are still without power in Genesee County after severe weather and storms hit the area on Thursday.

According to the 4 a.m. update from Consumers Energy, there are 26,975 businesses and residences without power throughout the county

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Tonight on The Tom Sumner Program

Roger Morganstern (Smart Grid Communications Coordinator for Consumers Energy) and Mike Killbreath (Flint Area Chamber of Commerce) and more tonight from 6-9 p.m. on The Tom Sumner Program.

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State Fire Marshall, Consumers Energy Encourage Safety During Holidays

The holiday season is traditionally a joyful time of the year, but Consumers Energy and the State Fire Marshal warn that it can also be a dangerous one if caution is not exercised with Christmas trees, holiday lighting, candles and cooking

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