FLINT, Mich. -- General Motor’s Flint Assembly Plant received a $2.8 million check from Consumers Energy on Friday after reducing their energy use.
According to a news release, the automaker has completed 21 energy-saving projects over the last year.
The projects included a new energy-efficient body shop and building-wide lighting upgrades.
In the last decade, General Motors has received $13.3 million in payments from Consumers Energy for upgrades at its Michigan plants that reduce energy use.
According to a news release, the Flint upgrades alone will save enough electricity to power 1,600 homes and to heat 550 homes.