What is the MISEC Natural Gas Program?
WHAT IS THE MISEC NATURAL GAS PROGRAM?
The Michigan Schools Energy Cooperate (MISEC) Natural Gas Program helps the Michigan educational community control natural gas costs and assists in reaching natural gas budget goals. The MISEC goal is to provide the lowest cost, reliable supply of natural gas. We will provide accurate, unbiased information regarding all of your energy needs. MISEC works for you, not the utility or supplier.
Over 240 member districts and community colleges participate in a MISEC Natural Gas Program.
WHO CAN PARTICIPATE?
The MISEC Natural Gas Program is open to Michigan K-12 public schools and community colleges. Michigan natural gas utilities have two types of deregulated rate options: Transportation Gas and Gas Customer Choice (GCC). With MISEC's assistance, you choose the natural gas program that best fits your district's energy needs.
The MISEC Natural Gas Program currently includes districts that are served by the utilities Consumers Energy, DTE/MichCon, SEMCo, MGU and Exelon.
MISEC will perform a Savings Analysis for each district facility before a district commits to participate in the Natural Gas Program. The analysis will be based on historical usage, current utility and natural gas supply costs. The analysis will show the district’s true projected savings by participating in the Natural Gas Program.
If you would like MISEC to perform a no cost Savings Analysis for your district or community college, please contact Patricia Alderman.
WHO IS THE "WATCHDOG" OVER MISEC?
MISEC is audited annually by Plante & Moran, LLP. A copy of the audit will be provided upon request.
Contact: Patricia Alderman
To learn more about the Natural Gas Program and other MISEC programs, visit misec.org.