DTE Electric to provide $30-$40M in bill relief during peak summer usage months

Posted at 12:13 PM, Apr 30, 2020

DTE Energy will provide between $30 and $40 million in bill relief for its electric utility customers for June and July.

“We know that many Michiganders are experiencing hardships due to the COVID-19 pandemic,” said Trevor Lauer, president of the electric company at DTE Energy. “That’s why we feel it is important to apply some relief for upcoming June and July bills to help ease some of the financial burdens being experienced by our customers and the communities we serve."

DTE previously lowered natural gas prices from November 2019 to February 2020.

DTE also announced its Personalized Service Protection to help customers experiencing financial hardships due to COVID-19.

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