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17Dec2014 04:04 ET 33.93 +0.67 +2.01% Volume: 1,486,275

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17Dec2014
CMS Energy Names Annette Gardiner as Vice President of Shared Services
CMS Energy announced today that Annette Gardiner will start as vice president of shared services, effective Jan. 12, 2015 . Gardiner, the current president of New Mexico Gas Company , will be leaving that post effective the end of 2014. "Annette is a proven leader who has been recognized for her work in our industry. We look forward to her making strong contributions as we continue to improve the service we provide to our nearly 3 million customers," said John Butler, CMS Energy's senior vice president of human resources and shared services. Gardiner will be responsible for supply chain, learning and development, corporate safety and business services, including fleet, facilities, emergency management, security, real estate and general services. She will report to Butler. Gardiner served as president of New Mexico Gas Company, that state's largest natural gas utility, starting in 2008. Previously, she worked at SEMCO Energy Gas Co., in Port Huron, Mich., holding positions of...
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17Dec2014
Consumers Energy Builds on Commitment to Sustainability, Selects 26 Homes and Businesses to Produce Solar Energy
Consumers Energy is finishing 2014 by selecting another 26 Michigan businesses and households that will produce solar energy. Today, Consumers Energy buys electricity generated by solar panels from more than 225 customers. Another 68 systems are under contract to be installed in 2015. In 2015, at least 10 percent of the electricity the company provides will come from renewable sources – solar, wind and more. "We are pleased to be meeting part of our state's energy needs in a renewable, sustainable way," said Tim Sparks, Consumers Energy's vice president of energy supply operations. "Ten percent of the electricity we provide to Michigan now comes from renewable sources, and we'll be doing even more in the future." Consumers Energy chose the 26 solar projects – 16 homes and 10 non-residential customers – through its Experimental Advanced Renewable Program (EARP). Customers agree to install solar arrays and then the sell electricity they produce to Consumers Energy under long-term...
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