Jackson, MI – It seemed like a nirulal request, but the Miriganders responded to the consumer energy consumption that could hinder hot shoes.
The Jackson-based utility was 10 percent short of giving it a minute. Emergency messages to Michigan customers have reached 65 degrees Celsius.
The cut was cut short to avoid the threat of heat, the executive said in a press conference on Thursday. January 31.
Still demanding that it be stopped by 10 o'clock on Friday morning.
"You have not accepted what we wanted, because we are monitoring a system level," President, CEO Patti Poppe said. "We are thankful for what you have done."
The pop was called a "game magnaser" to reduce use.
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Fire and cold temperatures and consumer's biggest storage delivery facilities result in fire breakdown.
All consumer buildings were down 58 degrees. Thermosemats have been reduced by 5 degrees to all state-owned facilities in lower peninsula. In addition to deviating from individual heat, 79 companies in the state are working with consumer to reduce their consumption.
We wanted to cut their load as part of our contracts and contracts and give up their production schedules, "said the pope."
The Macbomb Count Ray compressor station provides 64 percent of natural gas. Three plants were stopped for the fire. But back, go back and any other nuances.
While consumer energy is not included in the entire state, the system is important for everything in order to reduce the use of natural gas by system composition.
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The Pope expressed "vigilant optimism" about the utility ability to avoid heat disruptions. The company is sorry for what happened.
The cause of the fire is still under investigation. In recent years, the consumer has recently made "critical investments", so Pop is said to be burning on aging infrastructure.
"I understand that people are getting angry at this point, and I'm going to be in these harsh conditions," said Pop. "We did not want unexpected fire in our main infrastructure."
On Wednesday and Thursday, natural gas demand from consumers is recorded. Pope also said that the winter season would be 2.5 billion cubic meters in the state. The previous record was 3.0 billion cubic feet. On Wednesday, the country had 3.3 billion cubic meters.
Consumption is expected to be 3.7 million cubic feet per day. The temperature is below 10 degrees Celsius.
"In our 130 years, we have never experienced this kind of demand or temperature," said Pop.