a force for
growth & prosperity
With our energy, we’re doing some good things.
DTE Energy aspires to be the best operated energy company in North America and a force for growth and prosperity in the communities where we live and serve. We’re passionate about our work because Michigan is home. Our decisions not only allow us to lead the way in energy, but also engage with local communities to create jobs, grow our middle class, and make life better in our state. We want to be more than just an energy provider, we want to be a resource for the communities we serve and, together, become a transformational force for good throughout the state.
We are committed. We are bold. We are DTE.
DTE will power with clean energy by 2022
As one of Michigan’s leading renewable energy providers, DTE Energy is changing the way we generate power by creating goals to reduce carbon emissions by more than 80 percent by 2050. We know this can be accomplished in a way that keeps Michigan’s power reliable and affordable for our customers. For us, it’s not a choice between the health of the environment or the health of our economy – we can achieve both. To ensure a sustainable future for our environment, we are retiring coal plants, developing more wind and solar projects, building a new natural gas-fired power plant and continuing to operate our zero-emission nuclear plant. As we move toward cleaner energy sources, our focus is on maintaining reliable, efficient and affordable energy for our customers, and keeping our land and lakes safe for future generations.
Follow our JOURNEY.
DTE Energy developed Detroit’s newest public space to expand downtown development westward. Adjacent to DTE Headquarters, Beacon Park has already spurred more than $100 million in development in its immediate surroundings. The park is expected to draw more than one million visitors to west central downtown annually with events ranging from headline concerts to family fun days and tailgates.
in neighborhood revitalization sparked by Beacon Park
At DTE Energy, we want to measure what matters. Whether it’s environment, economic impact or safety statistics, it’s important that we track our performance to see where we were and how far we’ve come. We’re proud of our organization’s sustainability scorecard and continually look for opportunities to improve operations for a better tomorrow.
reduction in carbon emissions by 2050
employee volunteer hours; serving 567 nonprofits in 2017