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UNSDG Index

The 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, adopted by all United Nations Member States in 2015, provides a shared blueprint for peace and prosperity for people and the planet, now and into the future. At its heart are the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), which are an urgent call for action by all countries - developed and developing - in a global partnership. Below you can find how CMS Energy has mapped our most material issues to targets within these 17 goals.

Goal CE Material Topic Most Relevant Targets/Performance Examples of Impact Source(s)
No poverty Zero hunger Charitable Giving

In 2019, donated $11.5 million to Michigan nonprofits. This support went to organizations and efforts that help people, protect the planet and promote prosperity.

  • People: $6 million
  • Planet: $1.3 million
  • Prosperity: $4.2 million

People

Planet

Prosperity

Corporate Giving

Consumers Energy Foundation

PeopleCare

Consumers Energy Executive Summary

Good health and well being

Employee Safety and Wellness

Public Health and Safety

We engage our employees in health and wellness through the virtual Live Well 365 program with 78% participation from our employees.

Community Safety

Company Safety

Live Well 360 platform

Quality Education

Charitable Giving

Talent Pipeline Development

Corporate and Employee Community Engagement

Outreach and Volunteering

Our Strategic Talent Sourcing focuses on current and future workforce issues that are crucial to building and sustaining Michigan’s energy industry. There are two goals related specifically to student career readiness and awareness:

  • Align education and training resources across the State of Michigan to assist Michigan’s energy industry.
  • Raise awareness of career pathways in the energy industry

Progress toward achieving these goals is achieved through multiple strategies, with the primary being an emphasis on True Partnership. We have developed a metric referred to as the Partnership Multiplier Index (PMI).

Goal for 2020-21:

Increase the PMI by 120 points over the 2019-20 schoolyear score of 179. Points are earned through a weighted system and tracked on the Consumers Energy Strategic Talent Sourcing scorecard.

Corporate Giving

Consumers Energy Careers

Robotics Hometown Story

Why We’re Involved

STEM Careers and Students

Sharon Miller

Gender equality Reduced inequalities

Talent Pipeline Development

Corporate and Employee Community Engagement

Employment Practices

Diversity and Inclusion

Consumers Energy is committed to embedding diversity, equity and inclusion (DE&I) into everything we do. We're demonstrating our commitment by empowering our employees to engage in employee resource groups and training sessions and encouraging candid conversations about diversity, equity and inclusion. Through our DE&I strategy, we'll embed DE&I in all actions, including volunteerism, shaping political activity, communications, supply chain, philanthropy, customer interactions and community engagement. Additional metrics and goals are forthcoming.

Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

Working at Consumers Energy

Consumers Energy Recognized by Forbes Magazine as Best Employer for Women in Utility Sector

DE&I MPSC presentation

Clean water and sanitation Life below water

Charitable Giving

Water Management

Michigan Ecosystem Protection

Reduce water use by 1 billion gallons from 2018-2022

Water

Watching Over Our Water

2019 CDP Water Report

Environment

Affordable and clean energy Industry, innovation and infrastructure Climate Action

Energy Reliability

Energy Affordability

Energy Efficiency

Renewable Energy

Product Innovation

GHG Emissions

Public Health and Safety

By the year 2040 we plan to have 40% of our energy produced by renewable sources and completely eliminate coal generated electricity.

Net-zero methane emissions by 2030 from our natural gas delivery system.

Clean Energy Plan

Going Net Zero

Natural Gas Delivery Plan

How Electric Rates are Set

Renewables

Renewable Energy - Residential

Renewable Energy - Business

Save Money & Energy

Business Energy Efficiency

2019 CDP Climate Report

Natural Gas Delivery Plan

Going Net Zero

Decent work and economic growth

Economic Development

Managing Community Impacts

Talent Pipeline and Development

Financial Performance

Business Continuity

Employment Practices

Work-life Effectiveness

Charitable Giving

Investment Plan:

Consumers Energy expects to make capital investments of $25 billion over the next ten years.

Over the next five years, Consumers expects to make significant expenditures on infrastructure upgrades and replacements and electric supply projects

Economic Development

Careers

Human Rights Policy

2019 10-K

Sustainable cities and communities

Energy Reliability

Energy Affordability

Public Health and Safety

Product Innovation

2019 Reliability Metrics (excluding major event days):

  • SAIDI 233
  • CAIDI 208
  • SAIFI 1.12

Reliability

Pipeline Upgrade

Electric Operations Statistics

Richard Blumenstock Direct Testimony- 2020 electric rate case, Section IV

Responsible consumption

Supplier Sustainability Criteria

Product Innovation

Energy Efficiency

Waste Management

Reduce waste sent to landfill by 35% from 2018-2022.

Natural gas and electric energy efficiency programs and our voluntary methane reductions prevented the release of 602,842 metric tons of CO2e in 2019.

By improving the energy efficiency of Michigan homes and businesses, from 2009 through 2019, Consumers Energy has helped its customers save over 17,380 GWh of electricity and 92,145 MMCF of natural gas, enough to power over 2 million homes and heat 1.7 million Midwest homes for a year.

Economic Development- Supply Chain Sustainability Policy Statement

2019 CDP Climate Report

Waste Management

Environment

2019 CDP Climate Report

Life on land

Michigan Ecosystem Protection

Enhance, protect, or restore 5,000 acres of Michigan land from 2018-2022.

Land

Wildlife

Furry Friends

Environment

Peace, justice and strong institutions

Ethical Culture (Code of Conduct)

The company published its human rights policy in 2019.

Human Rights Policy

Code of Conduct

Ethics and Misconduct

Culture

Human Rights Policy

Code of Conduct

Updated November 2020

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