CMS Energy News
Boomers discover that it's easy being green
In a Christmas shopping season in which former vice president Al Gore won a Nobel Prize for his work alerting the world to the dangers of global warming, more consumers say they are trying to "shop green." One in five people surveyed said they will buy more eco-friendly products this holiday and
Gas price tops $3 again, a first for November
The nationwide average gasoline price ticked above $3 a gallon Monday to the highest in more than three months as climbing oil prices pushed up prices at the pump. The average gas price has never topped $3 in November, a development that adds to uncertainty about how much consumers will spend when
Energy Trading: Out of Power?
investors have become wary of companies that heavily engage in this practice. And in the last few months, Michigan-based CMS Energy , Houston-based Dynegy and Reliant, also of Houston, have admitted making "wash" trades swapping electricity to
Will Bush's Energy Plan Help Consumers?
While much of President Bush's energy plan aims to increase the country's long-term power supply, the proposal also contains some tax credits intended to help consumers in the here and now. Among the possible incentives for individual consumers: $4 billion in proposed tax credits for the purchase
Gasoline Costs Jump Nearly 13 Cents a Gallon
In some regions of the country, $2-a-gallon gasoline is back. In San Francisco, the average price of a gallon of regular gasoline is $2.04. In Chicago, where average prices have jumped 41 cents in a month, motorists today paid $2.09 for a gallon of regular. "By the time I'm finished filing up my