It is important to note that utility rates are variable and are reliant upon many factors. The Economic Development Alliance will be pleased to work with corporations and local utilities to provide a full assessment of utility costs for a specific facility.

Natural Gas: Natural gas distribution is available through SEMCO Energy Company. In addition to offering one of the lowest rates, SEMCO Energy can offer gas supply and market based prices from contracted commodity and transportation services from well head to the burner tip through other affiliates. SEMCO is a locally headquartered energy provider with customers and supply facilities in Alaska and Michigan. SEMCO natural gas industrial rates are based upon contract category and may include meter and distribution only charges for open market source service contracts called Customer Choice. Actual rates will be determined by SEMCO following consultation with gas customers. For assistance, please contact: SEMCO Energy Company - (810) 987-2200

Electricity: DTE Energy offers substantial incentives to lower the cost of electric infrastructure and create an energy efficient space. Details are available at www.dteenergy.com/econdev

Telecommunications: Over the last three years, AT&T has invested more than $1.7 billion in Michigan to improve, enhance, and expand the communications services we all use and rely on every day. We are also looking ahead to where technology is going, what innovations are coming next and how we can bring the best and most reliable communications service to organizations, businesses, and families in St. Clair County. For assistance please contact AT&T at 248 797 5780, or learn more about our wide range of products and services at www.att.com.
 

Water and Sewer:

The City of Port Huron Water Filtration Plant provides clean and safe water to the City of Port Huron and the Townships of Port Huron, Fort Gratiot, Kimball and Clyde. The Port Huron Water System has a capacity of 30 million gallons per day, with available capacity of 21 MGD.

The City of St. Clair supplies water to both its current jurisdiction and some surrounding portion of St. Clair Township. The City's water capacity of 3 million gallons per day, of which 1.1 million gallons per day is used with 950,000 gallons of combined storage.
 
The City of Marysville municipal water supply is provided by the City of Marysville Water Filtration Plant. The water plant has a capacity of 7.5 million gallons per day.
 
The City of Marine City municipal water supply is provided through the Marine City Water Works, a municipally owned conventional surface water treatment water plant with a capacity of 2 million gallons per day, the Water Works
 
Municipal utilities are available based on geographic location. Rates vary depending on community and usage.