Heads of Michigan’s Major Utilities React to Paris Climate Withdrawal, Discuss Energy Landscape

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Heads of Michigan’s Major Utilities React to Paris Climate Withdrawal, Discuss Energy Landscape

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Consumers Energy CEO Patti Poppe (left) and DTE Energy CEO Gerry Anderson (right) PHOTO CREDIT: Jake Neher | WDET via wdet.org

Friday, June 9, 2017 - 8:00am

The subject of “energy” never gets old in the state of Michigan. We’re surrounded by massive, powerful bodies of water, we pump natural gas and oil through pipelines that run beneath the Straits of Mackinac, and there’s an ongoing conversation about replacing coal plants with renewable source such as water and solar. Meanwhile, our energy infrastructure is aging and overburdened, making lengthy and vast power-outages more common. 

Gerry Anderson, CEO of DTE Energy, and Patti Poppe, CEO of Consumers Energy, join Stephen Henderson on Detroit Today to discuss energy in Michigan — both now and in the future. 

Listen to the complete interview here 

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