DTE adds minority-owned SEEL to GreenPower renewable energy program
February 19, 2020 | By Jay Greene | Crain’s Detroit
- SEEL is the first minority-owned corporation to join DTE’s MIGreenPower
- SEEL’s Detroit headquarters will be 100% powered with renewable energy
- General Motors Co., Ford Motor Co., University of Michigan, Detroit Zoo also participate in MIGreenPower
Through MIGreenPower, DTE’s renewable energy program, SEEL will provide 100 percent clean energy to its headquarters located at 7140 W Fort St. SEEL’s CEO Louis James also has encouraged its 60 workers to also enroll in the program.
DTE’s MIGreenPower is open to all DTE Electric customers who want to access more renewable energy and deliver on their sustainability goals by paying a surcharge on their monthly bills. By 2024, DTE said it plans to invest $2 billion to build or acquire additional renewable energy projects that will expand MIGreenPower to meet increasing customer demand.