Consumers Energy announced that Cross Winds Energy Park II in Tuscola County’s Columbia Township began serving customers and contributing 44 megawatts of renewable energy in Michigan.
A new solar power plant, an 8.5-acre array of solar panels at Western Michigan University, was inaugurated by Michigan’s largest utility Consumers Energy.
Consumers Energy today celebrated its first solar power plant — a 17-acre array of 11,000 Michigan-made solar panels at Grand Valley State University that produces electricity for Michigan homes and businesses.
Consumers Energy is moving forward with plans to add new sources of renewable energy in Michigan, launching its community solar program called Solar Gardens.
Consumers Energy’s $255 million Cross Winds® Wind Energy Park in Michigan’s Upper Thumb began serving electric customers today with a formal declaration that it has begun commercial operation.