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50.54 +0.32 +0.64% Volume: 2,326,632 01.16.19 04:02 ET

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CMS Energy Stock Price

16Jan2019 04:02 ET 50.54 +0.32 +0.64% Volume: 2,326,632


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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

Consumers Energy Provides $10 Million to Help Families in Michigan with Winter Heating Bills
Up to 7,000 Households Can Get Assistance Through CARE Program Consumers Energy announced today that it has now contributed $10 million to help customers in need to pay their energy bills - part of the energy provider's ongoing efforts this winter to help Michigan residents stay safe and warm. "Our Triple Bottom Line commitment to people, the planet and Michigan's prosperity means that we're looking out for the people we serve, particularly those who face hardship," said Patti Poppe, Consumers Energy's president and chief executive officer. "We're pleased that we can provide help for thousands of Michigan families to ensure they have the power and natural gas they need during another cold winter." Consumers Energy this month provided $8 million to help eligible customers with energy bills, in addition to a $2 million contribution in October. Together, the money will help up to 7,000 households enter Consumers Energy's CARE program or receive other help to pay energy bills. The CARE...
Consumers Energy, MI Department of Corrections Partner to Save Nearly $900,000 through Energy Efficiency Measures
MDOC Reduces Enough Energy to Power 244 and heat 496 homes The Michigan Department of Corrections, in partnership with Consumers Energy, has saved $862,055 by completing energy efficiency upgrades, part of the energy provider's commitment to helping all customers across Michigan lower their energy costs. "We all have a role to play when it comes to energy conservation and I am pleased we have taken another step forward in our prison facilities to help curb future costs," said Gov. Rick Snyder. "This is yet another example of the power of partnership and working together. The benefits of this partnership between the state and Consumers Energy will bring cost savings for taxpayers and help ensure the state continues to do our part when it comes to energy conservation." "Consumers Energy works every day to help families, businesses and our state government eliminate energy waste because it's good for people, the planet and Michigan's prosperity," said Patti Poppe, president and CEO of...
Consumers Energy Warns Customers: Increase in Imposters Trying to Enter Homes
Consumers Energy is notifying the public to be aware that imposters claiming to be from the trusted energy provider are trying to coerce residents to let them into their homes. Instead, Consumers Energy says to dial 911 to call the police. "We have received reports from the east and west sides of Michigan from customers who told us that someone posing as a Consumers Energy employee tried to convince the residents to let them into their homes," said Chris Bush, Consumers Energy director of corporate security. "Real representatives of Consumers Energy will never use the tactics these imposters are employing such as threatening to shut off service if not let into the home." How to spot a scam: A contractor or employee for Consumers Energy will always wear a company identification badge and will gladly show it upon request There are times when Consumers Energy does have to shut electric and/or natural gas service off to a home for safety, security and non-payment reasons; however,...
Consumers Energy Offers Important Tips to Stay Safe and Warm During Michigan's Winter
With heating equipment a leading cause of fires in December, January and February, Consumers Energy is sharing important safety tips to help Michigan residents stay safe and warm. "It is our privilege to provide natural gas and electric service to our family, friends and neighbors around the state, but we are also committed to sharing information to help them stay safe during the winter months," said LeeRoy Wells, Jr, vice president of operations support for Consumers Energy. According to the National Fire Protection Association, heating equipment is a leading cause of home fire deaths. Half of home heating equipment fires are reported during the months of December, January and February. To help prevent a tragedy, follow these simple safety tips: Keep anything that can burn at least three feet away from heating equipment, like a furnace, fireplaces, wood stove or portable space heater. Never use your oven to heat your home. Have heating equipment and chimneys cleaned and inspected...

Recent SEC Filings

Filing Date Form Description Download / View
12.28.18 8-K Current report filing
11.21.18 4 Statement of Changes in Beneficial Ownership
11.20.18 8-K Current report filing
10.31.18 4 Statement of Changes in Beneficial Ownership
10.25.18 10-Q Quarterly Report
10.25.18 8-K Current report filing
10.25.18 8-K Current report filing

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