JONESVILLE—Officials at Consumers Energy, the Jackson-based electric utility, announced that it had taken ownership of the 166-megawatt Crescent Wind farm in Hillsdale County, which is now producing clean, renewable energy for residents and businesses in Michigan.
Said , vice president of enterprise project management, engineering and services for Consumers Energy: “It’s amazing to consider the addition of Crescent Wind completes a doubling of the wind energy parks we own and operate compared to a year ago.”
Consumers Energy’s newest wind project represents a investment in clean energy infrastructure. It joins Lake Winds Energy Park, Cross Winds Energy Park, and Gratiot Farms Wind Project, which went online in late 2020, as wind energy projects Consumers Energy owns and operates.
Combined, the four Consumers Energy wind energy farms can produce enough clean, renewable energy to power about 249,600 residents.
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