DTE Energy touted the recently approved settlement on its 20-year resource plan in its second-quarter earnings call.
DTE Energy reached an agreement with Michigan officials and environmental groups to add more renewable power and phase out coal use by 2032.
Clinton County, Michigan, will impose a one-year moratorium on new, large-scale renewable energy projects to give it time to update its planning ordinance.
A 900-mile EV corridor going from Michigan to Quebec will have charging stations every 50 miles and benefit from U.S.-Canadian cooperation.
WEC Energy Group’s first-quarter earnings dipped year-over-year, owing to one of the mildest winters in its service territory in more than a century.
Petition organizers withdrew their proposal for a voter initiative to ban utility-scale solar on Michigan farmland, but they plan to resubmit.
The University of Michigan's new $130 million Electric Vehicle Center will seek to develop an EV ecosystem "where the modern auto industry was born.”
Michigan Democrats introduced climate bills that would end coal-fired electric generation by 2030 and mandate 100% renewable electric production by 2035.
Michigan PSC chief Dan Scripps told legislators the state’s electric grid is “nowhere it needs to be,” citing outages that affected 1 million residents.
Ann Arbor officials will begin negotiations with DTE Energy on a new gas franchise agreement aligned with the city’s 2030 carbon neutrality goal.
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