Consumers Energy Continues to Restore Power to Customers Affected by Storms

Consumer Energy crews have restored power to nearly two thirds of customers affected by thunderstorms and 60 mph winds on Wednesday, August 3.

The energy company says more than 200 crews worked through the night and day to restore 5,000 customers. More than 91,000 customers were without power intitially. As of 4:15 Thursday afternoon, fewer than 35,000 customers were still in the dark.

Most of the outages are in Allegan, Barry, Van Buren, Kalamazoo, Jackson, Calhoun, Washtenaw and Genesee counties.