CMS Energy Corporation

+$0.56 (+0.9%)
Closing price May 24, 2024

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CMS Company Data

Asset Type Stock
Exchange NYSE
Currency USD
Country USA
Fiscal Year End December
Latest Quarter 12/31/2023
Market Cap 17,118.97M USD
Shares Outstanding 294,444,000
CMS Energy Corporation is a Michigan-based energy provider with a focus on delivering electricity and natural gas to around 1.9 million electric and 1.8 million gas customers. Its operations span electric generation from diverse sources including coal, wind, gas, renewable energy, oil, and nuclear, alongside a comprehensive electric and gas distribution network. CMS Energy also invests in renewable generation and power marketing through its Enterprises segment, showcasing its commitment to sustainable energy solutions. Founded in 1987, the company is dedicated to serving a wide range of customers from residential to industrial sectors.

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