The biggest shift in the energy industry in decades is happening now and DTE Energy is navigating this transformation with a focus on sustaining Michigan with reliable, affordable power.

DTE Energy answers the call for mutual assistance in Puerto Rico

When Hurricane Maria took aim at Puerto Rico, Ana Medina started…
Vernor Jacobs, 19, of Detroit, a student at Henry Ford College, in the classroom this fall.

Textbooks now; a career (and maybe some shoes) later

Sitting in class at Henry Ford College in Dearborn, Dy’Ante…

Detroit hosts global smart cities pitch day

On Wednesday entrepreneurs from around the world will meet in…
Economic growth

Lighting the way for economic growth

2017 was a big year for economic development in southeast Michigan. Amazon…

Building a 200,000- panel solar park takes planning and perseverance

When Paul Lisecki, construction supervisor for DTE’s Major…

A significant boost to DTE’s solar generation capacity

In the spring of 2016, DTE Energy broke ground on its Lapeer…
recycling

Composting and other newer ways to recycle

In the Great Lakes State, the habit of recycling “returnables”…

Eastern Michigan University fosters construction management jobs with NEXUS grant

New construction projects are cropping up across Michigan. From…

Michigan League of Conservation Voters honors DTE

DTE Energy’s commitment to reduce carbon emissions and improve…

Investments in Energy Infrastructure beneficial to Michigan’s Economy

This guest post is from Patrick “Shorty” Gleason, Legislative…