DTE To Replacing 7,500 ‘Smart’ MetersAs part of a settlement with regulators, DTE Energy will replace about 7,500 ‘Smart’ meters which transmit information back to DTE.
DTE Energy To Pay $840,000 Fine Over Billings, Improper ShutoffsA mess over billings and improper shutoffs has led to an $840,000 fine for DTE Energy.
Detroit's Motown Museum Expansion Gets $500K Boost Thanks To DTE Energy The Motown Museum's expansion plans are getting a $500,000 boost.
Watch: DTE Owned Smokestacks, Bunker Of Former Coke Plant ImplodedThe smokestacks at the former Shenango Coke Works near Pittsburgh were imploded Tuesday afternoon.
DTE Expects Most Outages to Be Fixed by Monday NightCrews are working for another day to restore electrical service to several thousand homes and businesses still without power following high winds Friday.
Crews Restoring Power After Winds Led To Outages, 2 DeathsUtilities say they are making progress restoring power to Michigan homes and businesses after high winds toppled trees and power lines and led to two deaths.
High Winds Cut Power To More Than 230K In Mid-Michigan.High winds that are toppling trees and power lines in mid-Michigan have cut power to more than 230,000 homes and businesses.
Man Dies Trying to Remove Downed Power LineAuthorities say a man was electrocuted while trying to remove downed power lines from the bed of a truck in suburban Detroit.
DTE Gains Approval for Natural Gas PlantMichigan regulators have approved DTE Energy's request to build a nearly $1 billion natural gas power plant as it retire coal-fired plants.
Dte Energy Wrapping Up Michigan Power Restoration EffortsDTE Energy says it's wrapping up power restoration efforts for customers who lost service amid freezing rain, high winds and snow amid a weekend ice storm.
Regulators Approves DTE Electric $65 Million Rate IncreaseMichigan regulators have authorized DTE Electric Co. to raise its rates by $65.2 million, or just over half of the $125 million increase the Detroit-based utility implemented in November.
DTE Energy Says 20,000 Customers Still Have No PowerDTE Energy says crews from five states are trying to restore service to 20,000 remaining customers who lost power during Sunday's ice storm.