The testimony from America’s Power comes as a state senate committee considers “comprehensive energy policy.”
As currently written, the legislation would have little impact on utility planning, but that could change with amendments.
DTE Energy is among the latest utilities facing scrutiny for a practice known as “self-scheduling” or “self-committing.”
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