Fermi 2 Nuclear Power Plant License Extension Put On HoldThe move was put on hold after Citizens' Resistance at Fermi 2 raised the legal contention.
DTE Works To Correct Equipment Problem At Fermi 2 PlantThe plant has been operating at reduced power since Saturday.
Fermi 2 Nuclear Power Plant Shuts Down For Evaluation, Possible Repairs“Essentially it stopped working,” according to a DTE Energy spokesperson.
Regulators Approve DTE's Plan For Fermi 3, Another Nuclear PlantFederal regulators have approved DTE Energy's proposal for a new nuclear power plant in Monroe County.
Fermi 2 Nuclear Plant Shuts Down After Water Leak DetectedDTE Energy Co. says it has shut down the Fermi 2 nuclear power plant after a water leak was detected within the dry well that encloses its reactor.
Officials: Fermi 2 Nuclear Plant Reports Fuel LeakFederal officials say the Fermi 2 nuclear power plant in southeastern Michigan has reported a 2,500 gallon diesel fuel leak from one of its gas turbine generators.
Bald Eagles Make Monroe Power Plant Their Warm Winter HomeThe south-flying out-of-towners have taken up residence at DTE Energy's massive plant along Lake Erie, transforming 800 acres in Monroe into their cozy, cold-weather abode.
DTE Energy Restarts Fermi 2 Nuclear Power PlantThe plant was at about 40 percent of power Tuesday morning.
Feds Plan Special Inspection Of Fermi 2 Nuke PlantA special federal inspection is planned of DTE Energy's Fermi 2 nuclear power plant this year because the Monroe-area facility's reactor was shut down too many times in 2012, officials said.
Environmental Coalition Argues Against Fermi 3 Power Plant AdditionAn environmental coalition is making more arguments against a proposed addition to DTE Energy Co.'s Fermi nuclear plant in southeastern Michigan.
US Chides DTE For Errors Before Fermi 2 Pump BreakA federal report is criticizing DTE Energy Co. for what it says are maintenance failures leading up to the June breakdown of a cooling water pump at the Fermi 2 nuclear power plant.
Proposed New Nuclear Reactor At Fermi Plant Clears HurdleThe U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission has found that environmental concerns are not significant enough to halt the construction of a proposed new reactor at the Fermi plant in Monroe County.