DTE looks to close Monroe Power Plant in 2028, ahead of earlier planned date of 2040
Nov. 7, 2022
DTE Energy unveiled a new 20-year plan that includes increasing solar and wind energy while reducing reliance on coal, which translates into closing the Monroe Power Plant by 2028.
According to the company’s CleanVision plan, the 20-year proposal dramatically transforms how it generates electricity by investing in solar and wind while accelerating the retirement of coal plants. No changes are planned for the Fermi 2 Nuclear Power Plant near Newport.