Detroit’s DTE Energy plans to reduce carbon emissions by 80%

By Michelle Froese DTE Energy plans to add additional 6 GW of renewable energy capacity, supplementing the 1 GW of renewables it has built since 2009.
Detroit-based energy company, DTE Energy announced a broad sustainability initiative that will reduce the company’s carbon emissions by more than 80% by 2050. This reduction and 2050 timeframe align with the target scientists broadly have identified as necessary to help address climate change.
“Over the past two years we have studied the engineering and economics of Michigan’s energy future very, very carefully,” said Gerry Anderson, DTE Chairman and CEO. “We have concluded that not only is the 80% reduction

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