Michigan residents can share power outage concerns with state officials in virtual town hall
State officials will hold a virtual town hall Tuesday afternoon, where residents can voice their concerns about power outages following several widespread outage events that have occurred in recent months and years.
DTE Energy, Consumers Energy face power-outage challenges
Experts say changing and increasingly severe weather patterns and an electrical infrastructure designed for a different time and climate can be blamed for power outages that left more than 800,000 Michigan homes and businesses in the dark over several days.
DTE Energy Monday restoration update: Current power outages, $35 customer credits, what’s next
DTE Energy provided an update Monday afternoon on the restoration outlook for customers who are still without power, the new outages caused by Monday’s weather, a $35 credit for certain customers, and what’s next for the company.
Michigan lawmakers call for hearings after widespread power outages
Democratic state lawmakers said there was already interest in legislative hearings to bring state utilities to Lansing to answer questions about repeated reliability issues and long wait times for restoration Sunday, as thousands of field crews work to restore power before the next blast of winter weather.
DTE Energy updates restoration timeline, top priorities, possibility of more power outages
DTE Energy provided another update on the widespread power outages caused by an ice storm in Metro Detroit, including a restoration timeline, a breakdown of top priorities, and a look at what could cause even more outages in the coming days.