Consumers Energy offers summer energy reducing tips as July heats up - 07-15


MICHIGAN (WPBN/WGTU) -- Summer is in full swing and the hot temperatures across Michigan aren't expected to go away anytime soon. “Due to the high temperatures forecasted this week, we are offering tips for customers that will help save energy and money,” said Lauren Youngdahl Snyder, Consumers Energy’s vice president of customer experience. “Consumers Energy is committed to helping Michiganders stay in control of their energy use and still stay comfortable, even on summer’s hottest days.”