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.

Cable splicer apprentice, Robert Elswick, practices “sweating” a branch joint – a process of using molten lead (at more than 500 degrees Fahrenheit) to seal cables, protecting it from water and other potential damage.

Expanding training center for expanding career opportunities

As DTE Energy is preparing to ramp up investment efforts on the…
Gerry Anderson, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer - DTE Energy

Putting Michigan’s energy future in safer hands

This column originally appeared in Bridge Magazine.  DTE…
DTE Energy Solar Currents Hosted by Domino’s Farm

Editorial: Pass comprehensive energy legislation

This editorial originally appeared in the Detroit News on September…
Demille Rd Solar Park, Lapeer, Michigan
Press Conference and Ribbon Cutting.

The first of nearly 200K solar panels installed, celebrated with ribbon cutting

DTE Energy recently celebrated the installation of the first…