Mich. Co. Strikes Deal To Phase Out Coal, Add More Solar
By Juan Carlos Rodriguez (March 25, 2019, 9:00 PM EDT) -- Michigan's largest energy provider said Monday that a settlement agreement reached with environmentalists and other industry groups will allow it to phase out the use of coal and transition to more renewable sources.
Consumers Energy Co., a unit of CMS Energy Corp., said the deal — which still needs to be approved by the Michigan Public Service Commission — paves the way for it to implement its Integrated Resource Plan, a long-term planning document that shows how it will provide the necessary amount of energy to the state while also increasing efficiency and reducing the reliance on fossil fuels.
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