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DTEData Terminal Equipment
DTEDirection des Temps de l'Enfant (French: Directorate of Children's Time)
DTEDeutsche Telekom AG (German: German Telecom AG)
DTEDown to Earth
DTEDown To Earth (also known as International Campaign for Ecological Justice in Indonesia)
DTEDream the End (New York)
DTEDora the Explorer (cartoon)
DTEDynamic Two Sector Encoding
DTEDisable Transfer on Error
DTEDigital Trunk Equipment
DTEDirectorate of Technical Education (India)
DTEDirectie Toezicht Energie (The Netherlands Office of Energy Regulation)
DTEDetroit Edison Co.
DTEDilatation-Torsion de l'Estomac (French: Dilatation and Torsion of the Stomach)
DTEDevelopment and Test Environment (various locations)
DTEDrive to Excellence
DTEDomain and Type Enforcement
DTEDistance to Empty
DTEDesktop Engineering (UK)
DTEData Transmission Equipment
DTEData Transformation Engine
DTEDumb Terminal Emulator
DTEDisplay Technology Experience (Electrograph Systems)
DTEDepartment of Telecommunications & Energy
DTEDigital Terminal Equipment
DTEDevelopment Through Enterprise (World Resources Institute)
DTEDigital Transmission Equipment
DTEData Transfer Equipment
DTEDouaisis Technopole Environnement (French: Douaisis Technopole Environment)
DTEDrift Team Ennemi (French: Enemy Drift Team)
DTEDetect To Engage
DTEDevelopment Tools Environment (Microsoft Visual Studio)
DTEDevelopment, Test, Evaluation
DTEDigital Terminating Equipment
DTEDevelopmental Test & Evaluation (usually abbreviated as DT&E)
DTEDesktop Test Environment
DTEDigital Telephone Enabler
DTEDial Telephone Exchange
DTEDisaster Temporary Employee (US FEMA)
DTEData Terminal Environment
DTEDynamic Technological Efficiency
DTEDevelopmental Test Equipment
DTEDistrict Teacher Educator (Pakistan)
DTEDigital Training Experiment (US Army)
DTEDepartment of Training and Education
DTEDischarge Toxicity Evaluation
DTEDigital Transversal Equalizer
DTEDesk Top Evaluation
DTEDistance To Endpoint
DTEDiecasting Toolings Engineering (Italy)
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MIGreenPower is a voluntary renewable energy program that helps DTE electric customers reduce their carbon footprint and support the development of additional wind and solar energy projects in Michigan.
Due to the programme's initial success, DTE continued smart grid deployment over the next four years, exA[degrees]panding the rollout to include wireless connectivity to more than 70 electric distribution substations and the largest solar power generation station in Michigan.
Both the Isabella Wind I and II projects, totalling 385 MW, are located in mid-Michigan's Isabella County and will be the largest clean energy projects in the state as well as the largest renewable energy projects in DTE's portfolio following the start of commercial operations in 2020.
The contract comes under DTE Energy's MIGreenPower programme, designed to allow DTE customers to attribute up to 100 percent of energy usage to clean energy projects in Michigan, and approved by the Michigan Public Service Commission in January 2019.
The Negative Outlook for DTE reflects higher leverage in the near term primarily from delays in construction of the NEXUS pipeline, a large utility capex program, and, to a lesser extent, the negative impacts of tax reform.
The purchase is consistent with DTE's recently announced, broad sustainability initiative to help address climate change.
Stiers added that declining natural gas costs, combined with operational efficiencies, will enable DTE Gas to continue to offer affordable prices for its customers.
DTE Energy is a Detroit-based diversified energy company involved in the development and management of energy-related businesses and services nationwide.
Luke Rhine was installed as President-Elect and Barry Burke, DTE as Secretary/Treasurer.
DTE design creates a direct thermal path conduction capability and reduces LED junction temperature far more efficiently when compared to traditional FR-4, metal core or aluminum printed circuit board constructions.