The chair of the Michigan Public Service Commission is reassuring consumers that there will be enough energy for the entire summer even if the state goes through three weeks of 90 degree temperatures. Peter Lark says that is based on reports he's received from Consumers Energy and Detroit Edison.
Despite that upbeat news, Lark reminds everyone that while the state can control the amount of energy out there, it has no control over the weather which can cause a break down in the delivery system which is what happened in the Lansing, Detroit and out-state regions last night where many customers are still waiting for the electricity to come back on.
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