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Byline: Alejandro Bodipo-Memba
Sep. 26--The Michigan Public Service Commission said it has reopened the record on Consumers Energy's proposed energy efficiency program.
The state's utility regulatory agency said it will review the record of a proposed $9.38-million energy efficiency program, which is part of the Jackson-based utility's natural gas rate case. Consumers Energy, a unit of CMS Energy, asked in the proposal that the cost of the program be recovered in residential rates.
Consumers Energy provides natural gas to 1.8 million customers throughout Michigan's Lower Peninsula.
On Aug. 21, the MPSC issued an order approving a partial …