DTE tells Ann Arbor to expect a dramatically different power grid in 10-15 years – MLive.com

Crews on the scene of a DTE Energy power outage in Ann Arbor on March 5, 2023.Ryan Stanton | The Ann Arbor News
ANN ARBOR, MI — Ann Arbor is going to have a hardier power grid in the coming years, DTE Energy says.
“We know there are definitely areas that struggle with reliability, repeated outages,” said Mike Witkowski, DTE engineering manager, acknowledging it can be very disruptive.
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