Consumers Energy on Wednesday received approval from the Michigan Public Service Commission(MPSC) on the securitization of bonds covering approximately $389.6 million in the costs associated with retiring 950MW of older, coal-fired plants.

The MPSC however did not approve the $64.7 million of demolishment-related costs for the coal fire units that are being retired, according to press release issued by the regulator.

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