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42.33 +0.20 +0.47% Volume: 1,966,259 01.20.17 04:05 ET

Future Capacity and Capex Update

Date: December 8th, 2016
Time: 8:30 AM ET

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LOOKING TO THE FUTURE.

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DELIVERING STRONG FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE WHILE PROVIDING VALUE.

Our investments support consistent and sustainable growth with an attractive dividend.

GETTING “SMARTER” ABOUT ENERGY.

We’re upgrading our customers to smart meters for detailed usage information, more accurate billing and instant outage notification.

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CMS Energy Stock Price

20Jan2017 04:05 ET 42.33 +0.20 +0.47% Volume: 1,966,259
INVESTOR MEETINGS - January 12-13
12-13 JANUARY 2017
CMS Energy Third Quarter 2016 Results & Outlook
27Oct2016 (PDF 2.99 MB)

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Corporate Profile

CMS Energy's business strategy is focused primarily on its principal subsidiary, Consumers Energy, an electric and natural gas utility serving about 6.7 million of Michigan's 10 million residents. With its CMS Enterprises subsidiary, CMS Energy also is engaged in independent power generation in several states.

Recent News

19Jan2017
CMS Energy's Board Of Directors Increases Quarterly Dividend On Common Stock By 7 Percent, To 33.25 Cents Per Share
The Board of Directors of CMS Energy today increased the quarterly dividend on the company's common stock by 7 percent, to 33.25 cents per share, up from 31 cents per share. Based on Wednesday's closing price for CMS Energy common stock, $42.19 , the dividend represents an annualized yield of 3.2 percent. The first quarter dividend for the common stock is payable Feb. 28, 2017, to shareholders of record on Feb. 3, 2017. Patti Poppe , CMS Energy's president and chief executive officer, said the Board's decision to increase the current dividend to $1.33 per share on an annualized basis reflects the successful execution of the company's business strategy. "We continue to make significant capital investments that serve our customers and create value for our investors," Poppe said. "Our long-term business plan calls for 6 percent to 8 percent annual earnings growth, and our quarterly common stock dividend has increased 10 cents , or nearly 38 percent, in the last five years. We expect to...
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17Jan2017
Consumers Energy, Partners Provide Additional $5 Million to Help Michigan Families Stay Safe and Warm
Assistance This Winter Providing Help to Over 50,000 Households Consumers Energy and five nonprofit organizations are again helping Michigan families stay warm, announcing $5 million in new contributions that will help households manage their energy bills. In all, the energy provider and nonprofit agencies are teaming up to help over 50,000 households across Michigan this winter. "We are committed to doing our part to help Michigan residents who are facing hardship to stay warm, even on the coldest days of the year," said Garrick Rochow , Consumers Energy's senior vice president of distribution and customer operations. "We want people to know that help is available and as close as a phone call away." In October, Consumers Energy and nonprofit organizations announced $12 million in funding. The nonprofit agencies provide the funding directly to people who need help managing their energy bills. They are The Salvation Army , Michigan Community Action, The Heat and Warmth Fund (THAW), the...
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13Jan2017
Consumers Energy Issues 'Safety First' Message to Winter Visitors to its 13 Hydroelectric Plants
Consumers Energy is advising outdoor enthusiasts to practice extreme caution when taking part in activities out on the ice surrounding its generating and hydroelectric plants. "Ice is very unpredictable, particularly near generating plants where water temperatures and current can create thin, unsafe ice," said Aaron Kantor, director of emergency management and public safety for Consumers Energy. "Conditions near hydro plants can also change rapidly due to unpredictable weather, making ice very thin and dangerous." River anglers should be aware that ice damming issues above dams can create large changes in flows downstream, and are encouraged to monitor the most up-to-date river conditions at the U.S. Geological Survey website: www.usgs.gov/water . Snowmobilers, ice anglers and other outdoor enthusiasts are cautioned to stay clear of ice surrounding these plants. The Michigan Department of Natural Resources offers the following ice safety tips that could save a life: Be aware of your...
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12Jan2017
As Cold Winter Weather Continues, Consumers Energy Offers Tips to Stay Safe, Reduce Energy Costs
Consumers Energy is offering tips to help households better manage their energy use as Michigan weather continues to bring cold temperatures. "We recognize safety and saving energy are very important to our customers. So, we are sharing tips that can help, no matter what Mother Nature has in store for the rest of winter," said Charles Crews , Consumers Energy's vice president of gas operations. Crews offered the following: Safety First Install an audible carbon monoxide alarm in homes that will sound if dangerous levels of this toxic gas are created, often by improperly operating appliances. Never leave a vehicle running in a garage, even with the door open. Also, be aware of the potential dangers of leaving a vehicle running outside in snowy conditions. If snow is deep enough it could block the car's tailpipe. These situations can cause carbon monoxide to develop. Carbon monoxide is also known as the "silent killer," because it is tasteless, odorless and colorless. Be aware of the...
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