Consumers Energy To Set Up Office In Muskegon Heights City Hall

The presence at city hall will be customer service offices – not electrical or mechanical operations. City residents will now be able to directly pay both their water/sewer and electric bills in city hall, albeit to different entities.

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More Specifics Emerge on Consumers Energy Smart Meter Rollout

The installation process will take less than five minutes per meter and will require a brief power interruption. Letters will be received by customers approximately one month ahead of time. If a customer is home at the time of installation, the meter changer will knock and notify the resident of the power interruption. If a resident is not home, a door hanger will be left to indicate the swap.

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Consumers Energy To Install “Smart” Meters Across Muskegon County In Next Two Years

The new smart meters will look a lot like what is on buildings now, but will contain extra transmitter technology that will send hourly updates to Consumers Energy of power usage. Customers will be able to log on to a secure website to track energy usage almost in real time.

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Consumers Energy Removing Some Streetlights in Nims, Campbell Neighborhoods

In an agreement with the City of Muskegon, Consumers Energy will remove mid-block lights in the neighborhoods as long as the remaining lights still comply with certain criteria laid down by the city.

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