GLITR’s Matt Roush visits with some of the folks from Novi-based ITC who are building the new electric infrastructure for Michigan’s major new wind farms.
The latest meetings and event notices from Michigan’s technology-focused companies and institutions
DTE Energy announced today that it will build its first three wind farms in Huron and Sanilac counties as part of its efforts to expand the company’s renewable energy resources.
DTE Energy Co. says it’s picked sites for three wind farms in Huron and Sanilac counties and will spend about $225 million on the project.
The Snyder Administration is encouraging the attempt to resolve community disputes over wind farms and other wind installations short of court.