WASHINGTON (Reuters) – General Motors Co says late on Wednesday it will stop 11 operations at Michigan plant and Warren Tech Center and thus result in an emergency appeal to people consuming natural gas during extreme cold in winter.
FILE: The 2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV (L) and 2017 Chevrolet Sonic vehicle are shown on the outside of the Orion Township General Motors Orion (Orion Township, Michigan, United States, June 13, 2017). REUTERS / Rebecca Cook
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV also said on Friday it had changed its Warren Truck and Sterling Heights Assembly workshops and decided to cancel its changes.
GM said CMS Energy Corp's unit was asked by consumers to keep their operations in order to handle supplies at a cold compressor and cold temperature compressor.
The workers said they did not report their Orion Assembly, the Flint Assembly, the Lansing Delta Township Assembly, and Lansing Grand River Assembly Plants, and on Wednesday night and Thursday morning seals and other stations. The GM said the continued workforce assessment continues to return.
The workers at their Warren Tech center told him to stay home on Thursday.
In a video post published on Facebook, CMS Energy Deputy Director Patricia Poppe said big companies, Fiat Chrysler, Ford Motor Co. and GM companies agreed Friday night to "break" production schedules to solve a problem driven by Michigan suicide . and cold hard drive.
Poppe said the cuts made by large companies were not enough, and 1.8 million customers were asked to reduce the use of thermostats for natural gas use to protect critical facilities such as hospital and nursing homes. "I need you to act now," he said.
Ford Motor Company said that it has also taken steps to reduce energy consumption in four of Michigan's energy-consuming plants, but this continued to continue.
The spokeswoman said that Livonia Transmission and Van Dyke Transmission were reduced, the Sterling Axle was stopped by the treatment of thermal treatments and the painting process was closed at the Michigan Assembly.
Energy consumer has sent an alert for mobile phones to reduce the use of natural gas by its neighbors.
In Twitter, Consumers Energy warned that "without additional restrictions, natural gas and families and critical facilities could not be delivered to Michigan."
When consumers of energy at the Macomb County gas compressor station in Michigan were burning fire, they stopped the gas compressor stop until the end of the safety and damage assessments.
David Shepardson reported; Editing Clarence Fernandez and Muralikumar Anantharaman