Consumers Energy, a subsidiary of CMS Energy (NYSE: CMS), signed a $19 million contract with Moran Iron Works to build pollution control equipment for the utility’s coal-fired power plants in Michigan.
The contract covers flue gas ductwork for the 835 MW J.H. Campbell Unit 3. Moran Iron Works previously provided clean-air equipment for Campbell units 1 and 2, and for D.E. Karn units 1 and 2.
The fabrication work is expected to create up to 75 new jobs.
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