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|DTE Energy receives approval to purchase 3 wind parks as it transitions to cleaner energy|
DTE will assume ownership and operation of all three projects upon completion, slated for the fourth quarter of 2020. The new wind parks will add 455 MW of renewable energy to DTE's generation mix, enough to power 107,000 homes. The company will use at least two of the new wind projects to meet the renewable energy needs of its largest commercial and industrial customers, including Ford,
"Investing in renewable energy is a key part of our commitment to reduce carbon emissions by at least 80% by 2040," said
DTE will introduce a suite of voluntary renewable energy programs under the MIGreenPower umbrella designed to meet a wide range of customer interests. These will complement the company's two existing programs, one for residential and small business customers and one for large commercial and industrial customers.
Today's MPSC decision clears the way for DTE to purchase
DTE's renewable energy projects not only benefit the environment, they are helping drive
*From the Commission: "Since the Commission made changes to DTE's renewable energy plan, the company has 14 days to indicate whether it supports the changes. If the company does not agree, the Commission's approval of parts of the plan are voided and DTE must file a revised renewable energy plan by
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For further information, members of the media may contact: Cindy Hecht, DTE Energy, 313.235.5555