The Michigan Science Center received approval last week from the Michigan Public Service Commission for Detroit Thermal, owner and operator of the Detroit district steam system, to continue providing renewable energy to the science center.
Detroit Thermal, owner and operator of the district energy steam system throughout the greater downtown Detroit area, has been selected by U-Haul as the top renewable energy source for the refurbished National Biscuit Company (Nabisco) Building slated to open in early 2013.
Detroit Thermal, owner and operator of the district energy steam system throughout downtown Detroit, said Monday that it will add Woodward Gardens, a mixed-use area, to the Detroit Thermal steam network.
Two iconic downtown Detroit federal buildings will be heated for the next decade with reliable steam from renewable energy municipal waste sources in a $9 million, environmentally friendly deal signed by the federal General Services Administration with Detroit Thermal LLC.
Detroit’s downtown energy system, Detroit Thermal LLC, is tying seven downtown Detroit Wayne County buildings deep underground with an innovative approach and a new three-year contract estimated at $8 million, continuing major growth of the […]