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Nearly everything about how we produce, deliver, and consume energy is changing to better meet Michiganders’ needs in both the short and long term.

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Energy efficiency is a vital component of Michigan’s energy future, helping improve reliability, control consumer costs, and reduce the overall strain on our energy system.

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Widespread school closures in response to the spread of COVID-19 means many kids across Michigan are now learning from home. Check out the energy games and activities below to give your young ones something fun to do while they learn more about our energy system.

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Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer recognized the hard work by the Michigan Public Service Commission and local energy providers to protect vulnerable Michigan households from service interruptions throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. Read more here: bit.ly/39fs0ZP ... See MoreSee Less

Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer recognized the hard work by the Michigan Public Service Commission and local energy providers to protect vulnerable Michigan households from service interruptions throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. Read more here: https://bit.ly/39fs0ZP

Comment on Facebook Michigan Governor ...

Thank you for all your effort keeping us safe, Governor. You have done a great job.

Thank you Governor for taking care of the people of Michigan. You rock! 💖

A great governor - I am thankful we have her in Michigan!

Thank you Governor for carrying for us the people. 🙏

Thank you Governor! Keep up the good work You rock!!

Thanks Gretchen!❤️

She is the best Governor Michigan has had in the past 8 years. Go Blue

Thanks governor

Thank you Governor for all your strength while trying to save our lives.

My Governor, thank you🇺🇸

Michigan has been recognized as a model for how a state should handle opening up after the stay at home order. Our governor did an excellent job during this pandemic and should be commended for it.

One of the greatest governors Michigan has ever had.

Thank You Governor Whitmore

THANK YOU SO MUCH. ❤

Thank you Governor Whitmer. I appreciate that you care. 🙏

Nice touch gov !!

Bills are mandatory in my household, but yes thanks for humbling yourselves..

Keep Up Good Work.Mother Knows Best.Washington GOP " Go Play In The Street Kid" Attitude Not so Much.Wear A Face Mask. All We Got???? [The 98%]

Discussed with the Michigan governor.

I love Michigan, my adopted state for forty-five years.

I may not always agree with her but compared to some other governors she has done a great job. I wish people would stop harassing her and let her do her job.

Now, please do something to stop all the lawless criminal destruction and violence that is going on in our state do to BLM! What is going on has nothing to do with racial unfairness!

Thank you Governor for caring about us all. ♥️

Yes thank you governor whitmer for taking care of the people of Michigan yes you really Rick...keep up the good work...

Thank you governor for protecting the people of Michigan and doing the right thing to keep us safe ,you had enough courage to Stan up for what was right,you tolerated the ignorance of federal officials and those who attempted to intimidate you and bend to their will ,all a intelligence person has to do is look at the sheep who were intimidated and where their states stand on the scale of deaths, Florida,Texas,Arizona,keep on fighting for the good of your state!

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General Motors is helping drive the transition to a more sustainable, cleaner energy future as the Michigan-based company signs on "to source 500,000 megawatt hours of solar energy as part of DTE’s MIGreenPower program." Along with commitments to purchasing wind energy, that brings GM's total renewable investment to more than 800,000 megawatt hours, roughly the amount of electricity used by more than 100,000 in an average year. detroit.cbslocal.com/2020/04/20/gm-dte-energy-partner-on-michigans-largest-renewable-energy-inves... ... See MoreSee Less

General Motors is helping drive the transition to a more sustainable, cleaner energy future as the Michigan-based company signs on to source 500,000 megawatt hours of solar energy as part of DTE’s MIGreenPower program. Along with commitments to purchasing wind energy, that brings GMs total renewable investment to more than 800,000 megawatt hours, roughly the amount of electricity used by more than 100,000 in an average year. https://detroit.cbslocal.com/2020/04/20/gm-dte-energy-partner-on-michigans-largest-renewable-energy-investment/

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Way to go GM!

GM MAKING THINGS HAPPEN 🙂

Use the least expensive energy source to keep car expenses low. That should be the idea in a free market economy. Good for the Corp and for consumers..

It's important we start preserving out natural resources

GREAT NEWS!!!!

And these are the folks the Trump card tried to sell on lighter emission standards.

Yeah, but let's face it, most of their plants are in COMMUNIST CHINA. CEO Mary Barra, thanks a lot.

Great things are happening

Alright GM❤️

They won't have any plants open in Michigan by then

Where are the windmills coming from, how about the solar panels who is building them the USA or China. Doesn't tell us.

They shouldn't buy any of it unless it is cheaper. Still will have to have billions of cubic feet of gas for backup and night operations.

And it has absolutely nothing to do with shipping jobs to china

Check the reliability yourself?m people I know had their utility rates incredibly increased opposed to the promise of reduced rates...I'm not against it...just protect yourself ❤️❤️❤️🙏🙏🙏

Cool. Are they bringing jobs back to our country too?

I saw a documentary a few years back that one of Ford's Michigan factories is powered completely by solar energy. What's taking GM so long? Haven't heard or seen anything from Chrysler.

And they are getting our tax dollars to do so. 😩

In my opinion I believe that , One of GM plants has been running off of hydrogen power for a few Decades Now . So they already had a head start .

Bout time and vehicle prices are increasing how much.

Hell of a solar engine there. They use the new power to make more fossil fueled vehicles? Yeah...

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GM has already destroied enough land and abandoned it for Mexico's cheap labor and lack of regulations for whats put in the air and land not to mention flint so i say too little to late and mexican labor hasnt brought to price of their poorly designed vehicle's down any so they can sell them to other countries pr send them to india as scrap GM is za joke

But what about "Clean Coal"?🤣

I find it ironic that one of the world's largest polluters is now trying to go green. Why don't you clean up the mess that you left in Genesee County first before you start bragging on anything. Oh, and I'll never buy one of your vehicles because they're absolute trash.

If all the power goes into the grid and comes out of the grid then how does one know they are using green power?

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In a "first-of-its-kind" move among natural gas companies, DTE Gas has pledged to achieve net zero carbon emissions by 2050, expanding on the commitment the local energy provider already made to reach this goal in its electric operations. By working with suppliers, improving its operations, and partnering with customers, DTE Energy is helping to build a truly sustainable, cleaner energy future for all Michigan homes and businesses. bit.ly/3dQIHLM ... See MoreSee Less

In a first-of-its-kind move among natural gas companies, DTE Gas has pledged to achieve net zero carbon emissions by 2050, expanding on the commitment the local energy provider already made to reach this goal in its electric operations. By working with suppliers, improving its operations, and partnering with customers, DTE Energy is helping to build a truly sustainable, cleaner energy future for all Michigan homes and businesses. https://bit.ly/3dQIHLM

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Wind power it doesn't work

2050 is far too long out. 2025 let’s do it

the EPA had it pretty much under control till Trump came along and really messed it up by tying the hands of the EPA like he has messed up so many other good things.

That’s a long way to wait. Can’t they do it faster?

Nice...I'll be gone by then but keep working on it...

That long?

Still waiting for a pricebreak DTE

Amen 🙏

You won't be able to afford it.

Not going to happen! 😂

Try for sooner

Trump 2020!!!🇺🇸

Get rid of wind turbines... they also have environment and health issues there also ...

How about 2030?

Did anyone understand that picture

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If you get there by 2030 we might take you seriously.

MICHIGAN RULES FOREVER!!!!!! To Houghton! Yooper in the making here with his crappy owld Volvo 240!!!!!!

It would be better for all of us if power companies went totally wind generators and solar power .

2050???? nnooooooo!!!!

Do not make customers pay for your stupidity. Since its all free, ie. wind, do it for no cost.

Yes I hope so

I'll BELIEVE IT WHEN IT HAPPENS!!! 2050! NOT A CHANCE!

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Storm season in Michigan is no joke! Check out our storm safety tips to learn what you can do to protect yourself & your loved ones. https://bit.ly/33xWZiW

Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer recognized the hard work by the Michigan Public Service Commission and local energy providers to protect vulnerable Michigan households from service interruptions throughout the COVID-19 pandemic. Read more here: https://bit.ly/39fs0ZP

General Motors is helping drive the transition to a cleaner energy future as the MI-based company signs on "to source 500,000 megawatt hours of solar energy as part of DTE’s MIGreenPower program." https://detroit.cbslocal.com/2020/04/20/gm-dte-energy-partner-on-michigans-largest-renewable-energy-investment/

This summer, improve your energy efficiency by taking the AMP Energy Efficiency Challenge. It can be as simple as turning off the water while brushing your teeth or unplugging a power strip when it's not in use. Get started at https://bit.ly/2O2Iyud #AMPEnergyEfficiency

By working with suppliers, improving its operations, and partnering with customers, DTE Energy is helping to build a truly sustainable, cleaner energy future for all Michigan homes and businesses. : https://bit.ly/3dQIHLM

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