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Consumers Energy (CMS-PB)

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Vote support at last AGM

CMS ENERGY CORPORATION

At the CMS Energy 2022 annual meeting of shareholders held on May 6, 2022, the shareholders of CMS Energy voted upon the proposals as described in its proxy statement dated March 24, 2022. The results of the shareholder votes are as follows.

1.Proposal to elect members to the CMS Energy board of directors. All of the nominees were elected with the votes for individual nominees as follows:

Number of Votes:

FORAGAINSTABSTAINBROKER
NON-VOTE
Jon E. Barfield232,845,98814,431,294222,35611,483,690
Deborah H. Butler246,799,204495,999204,43511,483,690
Kurt L. Darrow244,179,9053,087,880231,85311,483,690
William D. Harvey246,745,436531,498222,70411,483,690
Garrick J. Rochow246,764,211515,734219,69311,483,690
John G. Russell245,286,1842,000,017213,43711,483,690
Suzanne F. Shank246,765,748527,353206,53711,483,690
Myrna M. Soto243,297,6253,989,424212,58911,483,690
John G. Sznewajs246,737,619531,068230,95111,483,690
Ronald J. Tanski246,703,497569,494226,64711,483,690
Laura H. Wright241,368,2745,929,146202,21811,483,690


2.Non-binding advisory proposal to approve the compensation paid to CMS Energy’s named executive officers, as disclosed in its proxy statement pursuant to the compensation disclosure rules of the Securities and Exchange Commission, including the Compensation Discussion and Analysis, the compensation tables and the related narrative disclosure, was approved, with a vote as follows:

Number of Votes:

FORAGAINSTABSTAINBROKER
NON-VOTE
236,758,00810,388,649352,98111,483,690
96%4%


3.Proposal to ratify the appointment of PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP as the independent registered public accounting firm to audit CMS Energy’s financial statements for the year ending December 31, 2022 was approved, with a vote as follows:

Number of Votes:


FOR

AGAINST

ABSTAIN
BROKER
NON-VOTE
257,194,6431,642,963145,7220
CONSUMERS ENERGY COMPANY

At the concurrent Consumers Energy 2022 annual meeting of shareholders, the shareholders of Consumers Energy voted upon the proposals as described in its proxy statement dated March 24, 2022. The results of the shareholder votes are as follows.

1.Proposal to elect members to the Consumers Energy board of directors. All of the nominees were elected with the votes for individual nominees as follows:

Number of Votes:

FORAGAINSTABSTAINBROKER
NON-VOTE
Jon E. Barfield84,196,9253,8614,472118,516
Deborah H. Butler84,196,4445,3383,476118,516
Kurt L. Darrow84,196,9053,8824,471118,516
William D. Harvey84,197,2553,6324,371118,516
Garrick J. Rochow84,197,3203,6664,272118,516
John G. Russell84,198,3123,2163,730118,516
Suzanne F. Shank84,196,5445,0233,691118,516
Myrna M. Soto84,195,8655,7173,676118,516
John G. Sznewajs84,196,9713,5664,721118,516
Ronald J. Tanski84,198,1062,7814,371118,516
Laura H. Wright84,196,5095,7732,976118,516


2.Non-binding advisory proposal to approve the compensation paid to Consumers Energy’s named executive officers, as disclosed in its proxy statement pursuant to the compensation disclosure rules of the Securities and Exchange Commission, including the Compensation Discussion and Analysis, the compensation tables and the related narrative disclosure, was approved, with a vote as follows:

Number of Votes:


FOR

AGAINST

ABSTAIN
BROKER
NON-VOTE
84,181,12815,9528,178118,516
3.Proposal to ratify the appointment of PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP as the independent registered public accounting firm to audit Consumers Energy’s financial statements for the year ending December 31, 2022 was approved, with a vote as follows:

Number of Votes:

FORAGAINSTABSTAINBROKER
NON-VOTE
84,313,7531,2018,8200