Ensuring safe, reliable electric service to Oakland County

We realize that you rely on electricity to live, work and connect with family and friends. That’s why we are committed to providing safe, dependable and affordable power 24-hours a day to communities across southeast Michigan. Right now, we are aggressively building a stronger and smarter grid in Oakland County.

Our crews at work in Oakland County

power lines on a gloomy day

How concrete poles play into DTE’s plan to improve reliability for customers

Truck with tree branches laying near it with fall leaves and tree in the back

Tree trim crews improve reliability for Auburn Hills customers

DTE truck near trees and Montessori sign

Tree trimming crews work near Lower Straits Lake in Walled Lake

two men in the woods holding a utility pole

Improving reliability in Rose/Highland Townships

Truck chipping away a pile of tree branches

Tree trimmers improve reliability in Walled Lake and Commerce Township

neon orange WORKERS AHEAD sign under yellow NO OUTLET sign in a neighborhood behind a tree trim truck

Tree trimming helps improve reliability in Oak Park

DTE bucket truck with two cones

DTE crews prepare for grid upgrade in Royal Oak

Van with TREE SERVICE DTE CONTRACTOR on it near cones in a neighborhood

Tree trim crews continue to improve the Birmingham grid

DTE worker in a bucket truck up working on a pole on a gloomy day

DTE crews improve equipment near Oakland Mall

utility pole lying flat on a bed of dirt

DTE crews upgrade equipment in Waterford

DTE worker working on power lines in trees

Reliability work happening in Southfield

DTE bucket truck with worker up working on a power line on sunny day

Accelerating infrastructure work in Farmington

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Reliability work happening in Farmington Hills

Close up of a DTE worker in a bucket truck working on a line

New equipment boosts reliability in Bloomfield Hills/Bloomfield Township

DTE worker on a lift working on a power line

Reliability work happening in West Bloomfield

DTE workers standing up a utility pole

Rochester area gets targeted infrastructure work