Michigan Agency for Energy highlights Spanish language resources during National Hispanic Heritage Month

Rick Snyder, Governor
Anne Armstrong Cusack, Executive Director



Contact: Nick Assendelft 517-284-8300

Customer Assistance: 800-292-9555


LANSING, Mich. – The Michigan Agency for Energy today highlighted Spanish language resources available to help utility customers during National Hispanic Heritage Month.

“As part of its customer outreach efforts, the Michigan Agency for Energy has a number of resources available in Spanish for utility customers,” said Anne Armstrong Cusack, MAE executive director. “We also can assist Spanish-speaking customers with utility-related questions on the telephone toll-free at 1-800-292-9555. In addition, Spanish-speaking speakers are available to make presentations and answer questions at consumer groups.”

Eight consumer tips sheets are available in Spanish that explain:

Home Heating Help

Senior Programs and Protections

Electric Outage Service Credits

Utility Tips for Renters and Homeowners

Portable Generator Safety

Utility Imposters

Energy Waste Reduction for Your Home

Energy Waste Reduction for Your Business


A representative from the Michigan Agency for Energy will be present with those tips sheets at the Oct. 12 meeting of the Hispanic Latino Commission in Saginaw.

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