DTE Energy suspends noncritical and maintenance work during COVID-19 pandemic

DTE Energy announced on Monday that it is safely winding down and voluntarily suspending all noncritical infrastructure and maintenance work to prioritize the health of its employees, customers and communities during the coronavirus pandemic.

This move to keep employees home — in instances other than emergency response to customers — helps to ensure they do not add to the growing spread of the virus and further stress the health care system, equipment and services across the state…Read More

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