Customers Question Privacy Issues Surrounding DTE's Smart MetersA hearing in Lansing Tuesday pitting energy customers against DTE Energy and Consumers Energy's evolving technology.
Substation Fire Causes Thousands Of Detroit Residents To Lose PowerThousands of residents in Detroit are without power on Friday night after a fire at a substation.
Thousands Lose Power After Heavy Storms Roll Through Livingston, Oakland CountiesThousands of residents lost power in the western Metro Detroit area after a line of thunderstorms moved through the area on Friday evening.
First Responders On The Scene Of DTE Plant Fire In St. Clair CountyFirst responders are on the scene of a fire at one of two DTE plants in Marine City Thursday evening.
Detroit City Council Approves Utility's Solar Array ProjectA utility seeks to develop a solar energy array in Detroit as part of a project designed to help stabilize a neighborhood and make use of vacant public property.
High Winds Leave Thousands In Metro Detroit Without PowerMore than 65,000 homes and businesses in Macomb, Oakland, Wayne, Washtenaw and Livingston Counties are without electricity.
DTE: 25,000 Customers Without Power Following Winter StormA winter storm that passed over metro Detroit Monday left more than 25,000 DTE Energy customers without power.
Fire At Dearborn Substation Kills Power For About 6,000 Residents, Businesses A large power outage Monday morning has lights and power out in Dearborn.
DTE Crews Continue To Restore Power To 50,000 Left In The Dark After Weekend Snow StormDTE continues to restore power to customers left in the dark after a weekend snow storm that left 50,000 without lights and warmth in Metro Detroit.
DTE Continues To Work To Restore Power To Over 50,000 Customers Following Winter StormCrews work to restore power to more than 50,000 DTE Energy customers in Metro Detroit, mostly in western Wayne County and Ann Arbor.
Expect Damage, Blackouts With High Wind Warning In Effect ThursdayDTE Energy crews are bracing for possible widespread power outages.
Propane, Not Natural Gas, Likely The Cause Of Redford Twp. House ExplosionThe home wasn't hooked up to its natural gas system. The person who owns the home hasn't been a natural gas customer since 2004 according to DTE.