DTE Energy Employee Shot While Working In Detroit; $1,000 Reward Offered For Info On GunmanAssaulting a utility worker is an enhanced felony in Michigan and can result in additional prison time.
Armed Robber Targeting DTE Energy Crews In Detroit; $2,500 Reward OfferedSomeone is preying on utility workers in Detroit and officials are hoping a cash reward will lead police to the suspect.
150,000 In Metro Detroit Lose Power Due To Strong StormsDTE Energy says heavy wind gusts and rainfall throughout the night caused trees and tree limbs to knock out power.
DTE To Install Solar-Powered Trash Compactors In DetroitThe utility says Thursday that the Bigbelly units are expected to arrive this summer.
State Wants Utilities To Discuss Potential Shutoff Changes After Man Froze To DeathThe Michigan Public Service Commission wants companies to submit ways to better reach elderly residents who are most at risk during a shutoff in extreme weather.
10 Tips To Save Money On Your Summer Energy BillLooking for ways to escape the heat and humidity this summer while saving money on your energy bill?
Natural Gas Set To Play Major Role In Michigan's Energy MixWith at least nine coal plants in the state slated to shut down in the next 10 years, natural gas is the likely replacement as the primary source for generating energy in Michigan, experts say.
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.
DTE Energy Worker Shot While Disconnecting Service In DetroitA utility spokeswoman said an illegal electrical hookup was involved.
Fermi 2 Nuclear Plant Back Online After Water Leak FixedThe plant was back at about 25 percent power on Saturday and full power by Monday morning.
Michigan Announces $22 Million In Aid To Pay Utility BillsUtility regulators have announced $22 million in federally funded grants to help low-income state residents keep their lights on and their homes warm.
DTE Renovates Vacant Building Next To Detroit HQThe building has been vacant since the Salvation Army closed it in 2004.
Regulators Order Changes After 2013 Ice StormThe state's biggest utilities have been ordered, among other things, to make it easier for customers to get credits on bills when they suffer losses due to outages.
DTE Says 8,000 Still Without Power, Repairs Finishing Saturday Night And Into SundayDTE Energy reports that 8,000 customers in the southeastern part of the state are still in the dark -- that's down from about 42,000 affected by the high winds that started Friday.
Oakland County Bar Owner Robbed Of Nearly $2K In Utility Payment ScamIn the last five months, nearly 100 local small business customers have been robbed of thousands of dollars by crooks posing to be utility employees.