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DTE Signs Contract for Wind Energy Supply

August 2007 - DTE Energy has signed a 10-year agreement with the developers of a new, Michigan-based wind project to supply the company's GreenCurrents renewable energy program. Under the program, the utility's residential and commercial customers can choose to purchase renewable energy either in 100-kWh blocks or for 100% of their electricity usage. Residential customers are charged $2.50 per block (or 2.5¢/kWh), while commercial customers pay $2 per block (2¢/kWh). Both customer classes pay 2¢/kWh for the 100% usage option. The wind project will start with two 2.5-MW wind turbines with an ultimate capacity planned to be in excess of 100 MW. The program was introduced in April and has garnered more than 3,000 customers to date.

News Release - DTE Energy's GreenCurrents Program Logs 4000th Subscriber

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