Fullerton Tool Company - manufacturer of solid carbide cutting tools for several industries, invested $8 million to construct a second facility at an Energy Ready site in Saginaw, Michigan.
South Carolina, Tennessee and Kentucky solicited Fullerton's investment, but the company chose Michigan because of its energy and shovel-readiness.
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Tap into a steady supply of safe, reliable, affordable energy secured by ongoing system investments. Our predicted average electric reliability is 99.97% for customers with a dedicated substation.
Access 149,000 cubic feet of working natural gas storage and 8,800 megawatts of electric capacity—with a growing portfolio of 950 megawatts of renewable energy sources including wind, solar, hydroelectric, and more.
Gain a clear estimate of your electric and natural gas costs based on your specific growth strategy. We’ll identify rate options for you according to expected energy use to maximize efficiency and cost-savings.
Get options. We’ll work with you to select a site that serves your energy needs over the long haul. We’ll also provide competitive engineering estimates for energy infrastructure improvements you may need. As your energy needs grow, we offer new construction incentives to offset upfront energy infrastructure costs.
Know your site above ground and below. We’ll equip you with maps illustrating where the pipes and wires are located on your site so service providers have the intelligence they need to best serve you. This can help avoid costly delays and surprises.
Shop our Energy Ready site inventory for premium locations that are already primed to meet your unique energy needs. They’re also backed by strong relationships with State and economic development agencies.
We can help your business save energy and money by identifying energy saving opportunities at your facility. We offer a variety of rebates on energy efficient equipment to eliminate or reduce upfront project costs. We’ve helped industrial customers reduce electric rates by as much as 15%.