MPSC schedules June public forum in Detroit on DTE Electric's proposed integrated resource plan
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE May 20, 2019
LANSING, Mich. – The Michigan Public Service Commission today announced it has scheduled a June community forum in Detroit to provide an opportunity for DTE Electric Co. customers to comment on the utility’s long-term energy resource plans to meet customer needs.
MPSC Chairman Sally Talberg said it is important for the Commission to hear from southeast Michigan residents about DTE Electric’s integrated resource plan. Talberg added that the event gives those who receive electric service from DTE a chance to offer their views on the company’s proposal (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 Thursday, June 20, for two sessions at Wayne County Community College District’s downtown campus. MPSC staff will give a presentation about the integrated resource planning process and highlights of DTE Electric’s proposal, which was filed in March and is pending before the Commission.
- What: Community information session
- When:June 20, 2019 from 4:00-5:30 p.m. and 5:45-7:00 p.m.
- Where: Frank Hayden Community Room, Wayne County Community College District – Downtown Campus, 1001 West Fort Street, Detroit, Michigan 48226
- Who: Michigan Public Service Commission members and Commission staff.
People who have mobility, visual, hearing, or other disabilities should contact the MPSC’s Executive Secretary at 517-284-8090 in advance of the forum to request assistance.
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