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DT Energy receives approval for Michigan gas power station

A proposal by United States-based power utility DT Energy to build a $952 million gas-fired power station in Michigan has received approval.
By Staff reporter 30 April 2018 0 30648

A proposal by United States-based power utility DT Energy to build a $952 million gas-fired power station in Michigan received approval from the state’s Public Service Commission on Friday.

DT expects to begin construction in spring 2019 and to bring the 1.1 GW plant online in spring 2022.

It will be DT’s first new major power plant since the Fermi nuclear plant went into service in 1988, and will help replace several DT coal plants that will retire by 2023.