If you’re a DTE customer and lost power last week due to the storms, you could have a credit coming your way.
DTE Energy has announced that some customers will be able to apply for a $25 credit, if they were without power last week.
According to a statement from DTE Energy, reliability standards from the Michigan Public Service Commission gives a $25 credit to customers who lose power for more than 120 hours due to catastrophic conditions.
Hundreds of thousands of customers lost power last week for more than 120 hours, making them eligible. You can apply for the $25 credit here.
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