Work for Me DTE Campaign partnered with the M-LEEaD Center of the University of Michigan to do the first every Health Impact Analysis of the DTE Integrated Resource Plan-- the 15 year plan for Michigan's energy future.
The MPSC reports that in the Fall of 2020, DTE Energy is performing 3000-4000 shutoffs/week. Energy costs across Michigan are ballooning as families struggle to pay. MEJC advocates for affordable rate structures, and a moratorium on shutoffs.
Community wealth is only generated when Michigan residents have access to capital to renovate our homes, and invest in community-based solar programs. Utility companies are created barriers to enter the market, and MEJC is advocating for more access to rooftop solar for all.