June 20 Public Forum on DTE's Integrated Resource Plan

Community Forum/Public Hearing in Detroit on June 20 has been announced by the MPSC and will provide an opportunity for DTE Electric customers to comment on the utility's long-term energy resource plan.  

MPSC Chairman Sally Talberg said it is important for the Commission to hear from residents about DTE Electric’s integrated resource plan (Case No. U-20471), as well as talk with commissioners and MPSC staff.  Talberg will be joined by Commissioners Norman Saari and Daniel Scripps on June 20, for two sessions (4-5:30 p.m. and 5:45-7 p.m.) at Frank Hayden Community Room, Wayne County Community College District – Downtown Campus, 1001 West Fort Street, Detroit. 
For those of you not familiar with what an IRP is, in 2016 the Legislature updated the Michigan energy law including a new requirement that each regulated utility must submit and get approved by the PSC an Integrated Resource Plan, which is essentially a blueprint on how the utility plans on producing electricity in the future. This process is important because it will determine how much solar and wind will be a part of DTE’s plan and who will build and own it. 

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