DTE Energy

WARREN, MI (AP)--   Crews are working to restore power to hundreds of thousands of Lower Michigan customers who lost electrical service due to freezing rain and high winds. 

Utilities say more than a quarter-million didn't have service early Monday.

DTE Energy says about 250,000 of its customers were without power and it expects 90 percent of its 370,000 affected customers to have service by the end of Tuesday. Consumers Energy restored power to most of its more than 118,000 affected customers.

Crews work to restore power after storms hit Michigan

Aug 4, 2015

GLEN ARBOR, MI (AP)--   Crews are making progress restoring power to tens of thousands of Michigan homes and businesses left without electrical service following severe storms.  

CMS Energy Corp.'s Consumers Energy Unit says about 42,000 of 158,000 of its customers left without power since storms Sunday and early Monday were without service early Tuesday.

Most should be back late Wednesday. In Leelanau, Grand Traverse and Ogemaw counties, complete restoration is expected Thursday.

Storms cut power to downstate residents

Jun 23, 2015
Rod Sanford / Associated Press

JACKSON, MI (AP)--   Utility crews are working to restore electrical service to thousands of customers across Michigan after severe storms knocked down trees and power lines. 

Detroit-based DTE Energy Co. says about 31,000 DTE Energy Co. customers were without power on Tuesday morning. The Consumers Energy unit of Jackson-based CMS Energy Corp.'s Consumers Energy says about 11,000 of its customers were without service.

The Kalamazoo Gazette reports East D Avenue in Kalamazoo County was shut down due to downed power lines.

Carlos Osorio / Associated Press

DETROIT, MI (AP)--   The city of Detroit plans to sell 13 million pounds of copper wire from its public lighting operation.

Financial consultant Gaurav Malhotra testified Tuesday in Detroit's bankruptcy trial that the city is budgeting for $25 million over six years from such a sale, but the scrapped metal could bring in about $40 million.

Detroit is phasing its electricity service over to DTE Energy Co.

DETROIT, MI (AP)--   Utilities say about 275,000 homes and businesses across Michigan are without power following several days of thunderstorms and hot weather. In all, 405,000 customers have lost service at one point or another.

DTE Energy Co. says about 195,000 of its customers were without power Thursday afternoon after a new round of damaging thunderstorms made its way across the state, knocking down trees and power lines. Since Tuesday, DTE says about 325,000 of its customers have been affected.