Premium Industrial NewsDTE Energy Wants to Build 1,100-Megawatt, $946 Million Gas-fired Power Plant
DTE Energy Wants to Build 1,100-Megawatt, $946 Million Gas-fired Power Plant
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SUGAR LAND--August 15, 2017--Written by John Egan for Industrial Info Resources (Sugar Land, Texas)--DTE Energy Company (NYSE:DTE) (Detroit, Michigan), a combination electric and gas utility, earlier this month filed a request with Michigan regulators to build a 1,100-megawatt (MW), $946 million natural gas combined-cycle (NGCC) power plant as part of its ongoing effort to decarbonize its electric generation resources. Last summer, the company announced it would retire eight coal-fired units at three sites as part of its effort to become more environmentally friendly.
Within this article: Details of DTE's plans to reduce emissions by using more natural gas and renewables, and shutting coal-fired power stations
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