GM gets $ 2.8 million in energy savings at Flint's plants


Flint, Mich. – Consumers Energy has granted $ 2.8 million to General Motors to improve energy efficiency at the manufacturer's Flint plants.

Over the past year, GM has completed 21 projects at Flint Assembly, including a new energy-efficient body shop and lighting enhancements for the entire building.

Brian Rich, senior vice president of Consumers Energy, said GM "is committed to promoting sustainability".

This year, GM has become one of the first participants in a new program associating 100% of its Flint operations with renewable energy. Consumers Energy's parent company, CMS Energy, opened a wind farm last year that supplies renewable energy to GM's operations in Ohio.

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