Cherryland’s Power Supply 2018 and Beyond

December 19th, 2017

Written by: Cherryland

Co-op Energy Talk

As of January 1, 2018, distribution co-op members of Wolverine Power Cooperative like Cherryland will have the lowest carbon footprint of any electric utility in the lower peninsula of Michigan. Learn more about how we got there and the challenges we face as we pursue a low-carbon future in this podcast with Zach Anderson, VP of Power Supply at Wolverine.

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One thought on “Cherryland’s Power Supply 2018 and Beyond”

  1. Allan And Ruthanne Reiter says:

    For those of us on only Social Security with now increases I would pray that you take us into consideration.
    To the well fixed 5.00 is chump change but for us 5 dollars means a loaf of bread which is now 4.00
    Its a shame that if your over 80 & in sound mind that you have to worry every minute about money.
    A 17 year customer