Wolverine Power Marketing Cooperative set to compete in Michigan’s electric market

With its license as an Alternative Electric Supplier (AES), the new cooperative now has the ability to sell electricity to customers one megawatt in size and larger presently served by Consumers Energy, Detroit Edison and others.

Nov. 22, 2000—Peak electricity demand is projected to grow 7% this winter, but supplies will be adequate, says the Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT).

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