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Keep Warm This Winter, Don’t Wait to Get Help

We’re nearing another long Michigan winter, and many Michiganders are facing challenging times. But even on the coldest day, there is warmth in community – and money to help with your energy bills. As we look ahead to the new season, we’re wrapping our customers in warmth and connecting you with a variety of resources. Because even though asking for help can be difficult, we believe finding it shouldn’t be.

If you or someone you know could use a hand to get through the winter, dial 2-1-1 or visit mi211.org to connect with expert, caring people right here in Michigan. From help with energy bills, to rent and even putting extra food on the table, your neighbors at 2-1-1 are ready to point you in the right direction. You can also apply for State Emergency Relief at Michigan.gov/mibridges. Or visit ConsumersEnergy.com/assistance to discover the program that makes the most sense for you. Whatever the weather, you’re never alone.

And if you’re ready to take the next step toward a more efficient home, visit ConsumersEnergy.com/hea to lower your energy use and monthly bills. When you schedule and complete a free home energy analysis, the Consumers Energy expert will give you a report of your home’s energy use, with simple ways you can reduce and save. And, with your approval, the expert will install high-efficiency LED bulbs, faucet aerators, pipe insulation and more — all for free.

Don’t let the cold get you down. Even on the darkest days, there is light here in Michigan – and we’re here to help you find it.