DTE Energy announced the company is seeking proposals for renewable energy projects totaling approximately 1,075 MW to support DTE Electric’s CleanVision Integrated Resource Plan (IRP), the company’s MIGreenPower program, and Michigan’s new renewable energy standard of 60% by 2030.

DTE is issuing a Request for Proposal (RFP) for approximately 1,075 MW of new wind and solar projects to achieve commercial operation by March 31, 2027. Proposed projects must be located in Michigan and interconnected to the Midcontinent Independent System Operator (MISO) or distribution level transmission.

DTE’s renewable energy portfolio currently includes 20 wind parks and 33 solar parks. The company plans to add 1,000 MW of new wind and solar each year starting in 2026. By 2042, DTE expects to possess more than 15,000 MW of renewable energy generation capacity.

Originally published by Renewable Energy World.

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