Consumers Energy-Funded 501(c)(4) Citizens for Energizing Michigan’s Economy Is Active Again, Promoting Specific Candidates
Citizens for Energizing Michigan’s Economy (CEME), a dark money 501(c)(4) that has received at least $43 million from Consumers Energy since 2014, is promoting at least five candidates who are...
As DTE and Consumers Energy Appear to Ignore Industry Suspension Pledge, Michigan PSC Opens Coronavirus Docket and Orders Utilities To Report Current Disconnect Data
Latest available data shows customers possibly without service
Caught in patchwork of policies and pledges, some utility customers may still be awaiting electricity restoration or racking up fees
A mosaic of state policies and voluntary pledges has meant that the effects of missing a utility payment are playing out unevenly across the country.
EPI is tracking the states that have binding protections against electricity disconnections and when the protections expire.
Many of the nation's largest utilities are planning to slow down their efforts to decarbonize, according to the companies' own goals.
Dominion's pitch to climate-conscious investors may have a problem.
DTE Energy announced a plan to retire its coal-fired power plants by 2040 on Friday, but the utility is preserving the option to build more gas-burning power plants while the...
Citizens for Energizing Michigan’s Economy is a Consumers Energy-funded 501(c)(4) organization that spends hundreds of thousands of dollars on television and radio issue advertisements that praises state candidates ahead of...