Named after a voracious carnivore, Wolverine Power Supply Cooperative makes sure that that voracious consumer of electricity -- the American public -- gets the power its needs. The non-profit company is an electric generation and transmission utility that provides services to five member distribution cooperatives in Michigan. Wolverine Power Supply Cooperative monitors and operates 1,600 miles of bulk transmission lines and owns five power plants that generate 200 megawatts of capacity. It also maintains about 130 distribution substations and 36 transmission stations, as well as purchases power (including windpower energy) from other utilities and marketers to distribute to its customers.
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Cornelius BornmanChief Plant Operator
Dan DecoeurVice President Generation