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CMS Energy is the second largest supplier of renewable energy in Michigan, with about 10 percent of the power we supply to customers coming from wind, solar, hydro and biomass. 

Members of our Board of Directors have diverse backgrounds, qualifications and expertise that enable them to provide guidance on a range of issues including strategy, environmental, social and governance matters. The Board’s committees provide additional levels of review. For example, our Governance, Sustainability and Public Responsibility Committee oversees public responsibility and sustainability practices and disclosures. Similarly, the Audit Committee reviews the risks associated with operating and financial activities which could impact financial and other disclosure reporting, and reviews policies on risk assessment, controls and accounting risk exposure. The Audit Committee reviews and approves risk-management policies, while the Compensation and Human Resources Committee oversees critical human resources programs.

Climate change risks and opportunities are considered and integrated in all stages of the business cycle. In addition to board oversight, management of CMS Energy and Consumers Energy has implemented an environmental advisory committee (EAC) to create a group of critical internal leaders, including senior leadership, who work together to ensure our environmental intentions match our actions. The environmental management system lead reports to this EAC and keeps management and the board apprised of environmental matters concerning CMS Energy and Consumers Energy.

The EAC meets quarterly to:

  • Ensure proper communication of all environmental compliance risks, Environmental Management System status as appropriate and financial obligations.
  • Maintain a tone at the top that promotes environmental stewardship.
  • Foster a culture of environmental accountability.
  • Support the achievement of environmental metrics and goals.

We are committed to corporate responsibility through our business, culture, environment and in our communities — past, present and future. We are committed to conducting business safely and ethically to protect the environment and sustain our communities while serving our customers across the state of Michigan.

Highlights of our investments, goals and accolades in the realm of environment, renewable energy, energy efficiency and sustainability include:

  • Our plan to reduce carbon emissions 90 percent and eliminate use of coal to generate electricity by 2040.
  • Reduced carbon emissions 35 percent from 2005 levels.
  • Reduced water use 35 percent, avoiding use of 200 billion gallons annually for once-through cooling purposes.
  • Avoided more than 1 million tons of waste sent to landfills through reuse and recycling.
  • Announcing five-year goals to:
    • Protect, enhance, or restore 5,000 acres of land in Michigan.
    • Save 1 billion gallons of water.
    • Reduce waste to landfills by 35 percent.
  • Progress toward these five-year goals in 2018 include:
    • Protecting, enhancing or restoring more than 750 acres of land.
    • Reducing water use by 180 million gallons.
    • Reducing our waste to landfills by 12 percent.
  • Over the past 10 years, Consumers Energy has reduced its fugitive methane emissions 15 percent. We’re continuing to implement strategies to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, including forming a methane reduction task force. We’re also taking steps to modernize our natural gas infrastructure.
  • CMS Enterprises’ Dearborn Industrial Generation, Grayling Generating Station and TES Filer City Station are members of Michigan’s Clean Corporate Citizen Program.
  • CMS Enterprises owns and operates utility-scale wind and solar projects that include Wisconsin-based Flambeau Solar, Lansing, Mich.-based Delta Solar Power I and Delta Solar Power II, and Ohio-based Northwest Ohio Wind.
  • In 2018, we ranked 6th out of 46 multi-utilities for sustainability performance as assessed by Sustainalytics.
  • To date, our energy efficiency programs have helped customers save more than $2 billion on their energy bills since 2009 and have helped avoid more than 5 million tons of carbon dioxide greenhouse gas emissions.
  • More than 21,000 subscribers are part of our renewable subscription programs. Since 2005, those programs have delivered over 1 million megawatt-hours (MWh) of renewable energy to customers, avoiding more than 853,000 tons of CO2 emissions.
  • Because of our efforts to protect the environment through energy efficiency programs, we received an ENERGY STAR award from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency for the sixth time in seven years.

Visit our Sustainability website and view our 2018 Sustainability Report2019 EEI ESG & Sustainability Report, 2018 Climate Assessment Report and Little Traverse Bay Environmental Project Summary for more ways CMS Energy is committed to the environment and working to meet Michigan’s future energy needs.

Revised: March 2019

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