Michigan Nonprofits to Save $350,000 in 2015

Michigan’s nonprofit organizations are the backbone of our communities. By giving more than 115,000 hours of community service each year, Consumers Energy understands the importance of supporting organizations providing assistance to families across the state.

Free Energy Efficiency Upgrades from Consumers Energy

Through our energy efficiency efforts, Consumers Energy conducted free upgrades and energy assessments to more than 190 nonprofits in 2014. Upgrades include:

  • Free LED lights
  • Programmable thermostats
  • Low-flow water faucets

Businesses, households and nonprofit organizations also lowered their energy bills with over 200 energy efficiency rebates and incentives.

100+ ways to save on your energy bill

Because of the energy efficient upgrades, groups like the Boys and Girls Clubs, homeless shelters and food pantries will pay $350,000 less for energy in 2015. Below are among a few of the cities where Consumers Energy made upgrades:

  • Adrian
  • Allegan
  • Au Gres

    Energy-efficient lighting that was installed at a Michigan nonprofit organization.
    Energy-efficient lighting that was installed at a Michigan nonprofit organization.
  • Battle Creek
  • Bay City
  • Birch Run
  • Climax
  • East Lansing
  • Fenton
  • Flint
  • Grand Rapids
  • Haslett
  • Jackson
  • Kalamazoo
  • Kentwood
  • Midland
  • Mount Pleasant
  • Muskegon
  • Owosso
  • Pinconning
  • Saginaw
  • Standish

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