CORRECTION: Two public meetings Monday in Lawrence to address Consumers Energy's proposal to end Palisades power purchase agreement

LANSING, Mich. – The public will have a chance on Monday, May 8, to comment about Consumers Energy Company’s plan to end a power purchasing agreement with Entergy Nuclear Palisades LLC as part of the decision to close the Palisades plant.

The Michigan Public Service Commission (MPSC) has scheduled two information meetings at the Van Buren Conference Center, 490 S. Paw Paw St., in Lawrence, MI to hear from community members and interested parties. The first will be from 3-5 p.m. and the second from 6-8 p.m. Both meetings will cover the same case material.

MPSC Chairman Sally Talberg and Commissioners Norm Saari and Rachael Eubanks are scheduled to attend both hearings, along with other MPSC staff. The commissioners will explain their role in Case No. U-18250, its timeline, the administrative process for possible termination of the agreement, and financial aspects of the case.

For those unable to attend, meeting transcripts will be filed in the case docket.

Palisades Nuclear Generating Station in nearby Covert Township is scheduled to close in October 2018.

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