Consumers Energy wind farm powering GM plants, Switch data center


Two General Motors Co. plants in Flint are now powered in full by wind turbines after the Detroit-based automaker became one of the first companies to sign onto Consumers Energy Co.’s renewable energy program, the energy provider announced Thursday

Switch Inc. (NYSE: SWCH), a technology infrastructure company based in Las Vegas, was the first to publicly commit to joining the public utility’s green rider tariff program to power its 1.8 million-square-foot data center in Grand Rapids. The program aims to defray costs for new renewable energy sources as companies seek cost stability in green energy, according to a news release.

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