Left of Lansing Short: DTE’s Expensive Failures Are Why Michigan Must Push Towards A Greener & Reliable Future

Here’s the Left of Lansing Short.

DTE Energy CEO Jerry Norcia makes around $10 million per year while the energy company is failing to provide reliable energy. To make matters worse, Michigan pays the 12th highest rate for energy, and ranks 45th among states in energy reliability.

That’s why it’s time to push for a cleaner and greener energy system, and a system that’ll be less expensive, update our failing power grid, while expanding the state’s economic portfolio.

Is there a better way to help stem the population and brain drain Michigan’s experienced over the last few decades?



Here’s Democratic State Representative Jaime Churches of Wyandotte speaking to DTE Energy’s Jerry Norcia:

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