Consumers Energy
Consumers Energy
Market Cap:
$38.8 million
Revenue:
$6.07 billion
5 Year Trend:
0.6%
Net Income:
$600 million

Consumers Energy is a public utility that provides natural gas and electricity to 6.6 million of Michigans 10 million residents. It serves customers in all 68 of the state’s Lower Peninsula counties. Wikipedia

Consumers Energy

Consumers Energy is a public utility that provides natural gas and electricity to 6.6 million of Michigans 10 million residents. It serves customers in all 68 of the state’s Lower Peninsula counties. Wikipedia

Market Cap:
$38.8 million
Revenue:
$6.07 billion
5 Year Trend:
0.6%
Net Income:
$600 million
  • Save energy and money by using your slow cooker to ring in the new year. Share your favorite slow cooker party recipes below.
  • Ever wonder why a natural gas leak smells like rotten eggs? Natural gas itself is odorless, colorless and tasteless, but we add an odorant so the human nose can easily detect it. Other signs of a natural gas leak may include: Blowing or hissing sound Dead or discolored vegetation in an otherwise green area Dirt or dust blowing from a hole in the ground Bubbling in wet or flooded areas Flames, if a leak has ignited Suspect a natural gas leak? Leave the area immediately (without using anything that could ignite the natural gas) then call us toll-free at 800-477-5050 and 9-1-1. There is no charge for investigation of gas leaks.
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  • Safely removing snow and ice around meters, intake valves and chimneys can help prevent carbon monoxide poisoning. More tips to keep you safe this winter: http://bit.ly/2DhH9Zt

Save energy and money by using your slow cooker to ring in the new year. Share your favorite slow cooker party recipes below.

Ever wonder why a natural gas leak smells like rotten eggs? Natural gas itself is odorless, colorless and tasteless, but we add an odorant so the human nose can easily detect it. Other signs of a natural gas leak may include: Blowing or hissing sound Dead or discolored vegetation in an otherwise green area Dirt or dust blowing from a hole in the ground Bubbling in wet or flooded areas Flames, if a leak has ignited Suspect a natural gas leak? Leave the area immediately (without using anything that could ignite the natural gas) then call us toll-free at 800-477-5050 and 9-1-1. There is no charge for investigation of gas leaks.

It's more than a job it's a promise.

Safely removing snow and ice around meters, intake valves and chimneys can help prevent carbon monoxide poisoning. More tips to keep you safe this winter: http://bit.ly/2DhH9Zt