Licensed Electric Suppliers in Consumers Energy's Service Territory

The following alternative electric suppliers are licensed with the Michigan Public Service Commission to participate in Consumers' program. Customers may use this information to contact suppliers or to verify the identity of suppliers who contact the customer in your area. The suppliers listed are currently enrolling and/or serving customers.

The suppliers on this list have agreed to abide by certain standards that may be seen in Consumers' rate book. For comparing prices, see PSCR factors. See also Information Links. Some suppliers on this list may not currently be enrolling customers.

Alternative Supplier Name & Address Telephone & Internet Contact Customers Served
R=Residnetial Class
C&I=Commercial and Industrial Classes

Calpine Energy Solutions, LLC f/k/a Noble Americas Energy Solutions, LLC
2000 Town Center, Suite 1900
Southfield, MI 48075
www.calpinesolutions.com

Jamie Goon
877-273-6772
Fax: 619-684-8355
customerservice@calpinesolutions.com

C&I

CMS ERM Michigan LLC
One Energy Plaza, Suite 1060
Jackson, MI 49201-2277

Todd Mortimer
517-788-0493
Fax: 517-787-4606

C&I

Constellation NewEnergy, Inc.
2211 Old Earhart Road, Suite 175
Ann Arbor, MI 48105
www.constellation.com

Raj Bazaj
734-761-3252
Fax: 734-761-2140
rajiv.bazaj@constellation.com

C&I

Direct Energy Business, LLC
110 W. Michigan Ave, Suite 500
Lansing, MI 48933
www.business.directenergy.com


866-348-4193
DEBSales@directenergy.com

C&I

Energy Harbor LLC f/k/a FirstEnergy Solutions
40600 Ann Arbor Rd. E, Suite 201
Plymouth, MI 48170
www.energyharbor.com

888-254-4769
FirstChoice@energyharbor.com

 

C&I

Spartan Renewable Energy, Inc
10125 W. Watergate Road, PO Box 189
Cadillac, MI 49601
www.spartanrenewable.com

Chad Geiger
877-288-WIND
Fax: 231-775-0172
cgeiger@spartanrenewable.com

C&I

Wolverine Power Marketing Cooperative, Inc.
10125 W. Watergate Road, PO Box 100
Cadillac, MI 49601
www.wpmc.coop

Scott Frederick
877-907-WPMC
Fax: 231-775-0172
sfrederick@wpmc.coop

C&I

While suppliers must be licensed by the Michigan Public Service Commission, the Commission does not have any direct rate-setting authority over suppliers. Therefore, customers should consider normal business factors when choosing a supplier, just like they would when choosing any other product or service.