Keeping the lights on and your business up and running is our top priority. That’s why we invested over $450 million to upgrade distribution systems across Michigan, which resulted in 149,000 fewer unexpected power outages in 2014.
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Save time with a variety of payment options. Set up Auto-pay for worry-free monthly payments or make a one-time payment online, over the phone, by mail or in person. And now, you can even sign up to receive alerts about billing information wherever you are, 24 hours a day.
When it comes to managing monthly use, our budget plan can help keep your energy costs steady year round, offering you peace of mind, security and convenience.
We’re helping Michigan businesses save energy and costs – and changing the way they use energy.
To treat 3.5 million gallons of wastewater each day, North Kent Sewer Authority needed a reliable energy provider who could help them find new ways to save energy. They upgraded to an energy efficient blower that reduced their energy costs by more than $90,000 in the first year alone. In doing so, they received a $105,000 energy efficiency rebate.
Did you know the average natural gas bill today is 30% less than in 2010? And, our energy efficiency programs helped more than 27,000 Michigan businesses save over $440 million on their energy costs since 2009 and received rebates exceeding $100 million.
To maximize energy value for your business, go to our resources page to get started with one of our business customer specialists.
We’re committed to helping Michigan businesses grow.
The VanOeffelen Farm is just one of many farms that we’ve helped grow through our energy efficiency programs.
As energy demands at the dairy farm increased, the family worked with our farm service experts to identify savings and obtain rebates. Those savings were then reinvested back into the farm.
To keep communities and businesses safe, our Public Safety Outreach Team provided safety training to nearly 2,600 first responders from Michigan police and fire departments. Plus, we reduced workplace safety incidents by 58% since 2008.
Our connection to Michigan businesses and communities goes far beyond pipes and wires. Whether it's our company, our charitable foundation, or individual employees and retirees, we’re committed to making Michigan communities better, both now and in the future.