Consumers Energy Smart Energy™ Program

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What's in it for me?

    

Preparing for Installation

             

 Smart Energy Benefits

What are the benefits of Smart Energy?
  Smart Meter Installation  

What's in it for me? How does Smart Energy work? When will I get Smart Energy? Preparing for Installation


What's in it for me?

 
   

Currently

In the Future

Smart Energy Bill

Increased meter read accuracy and virtually no estimated bills

Outage

We'll be automatically notified of outages so crews can be dispatched sooner and get your power on faster

Web Portal

Better understand your energy usage via the Smart Energy web portal

Smart Energy Programs

Programs designed to help you save money and fit your lifestyle


Take Charge of Your Energy Use Online

Smart Energy Web Portal

By logging in at the box at the top of the page, you can visit the Smart Energy web portal and use new tools that let you:

  • Review your energy usage by hour, day or month
  • Discover energy-saving tips
  • Receive automated alerts when your energy use is trending higher


How Does it Work?

How does it Work?

Smart meters are similar to existing electric meters, but have two-way communication capabilities.

A module within the meter sends total energy usage information to Consumers Energy through a secure network.




When will I get it?

There are more than 65 million smart meters in the United States. The program is installing meters through 2019. The map to the right shows our installation plans by year.

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Preparing for Installation


Postcard:
Approximately 30 days before installation

Letter:
Approximately 14 days before installation

Door Hanger:
Day of installation. The door hanger will indicate if your installation was successful or unsuccessful. If unsuccessful, the reason will be identified on the back of your door hanger.

Smart Meter Installation



What are the facts?

Smart Energy Myths and Facts




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